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Re: Siatic nerve pain
« Reply #140 on: August 12, 2023, 10:24:50 AM »
I had the epidural yesterday.  I thought it would be more painful than it was.  Ironically my pain has not been too bad the last week, but I know it would come back.  Hopefully now the pain won't come back and what I still have for pain will be reduced.  The doc said that the damage to my discs is not as bad as what the MRI report sounded like.  He brought up some pics and showed me some things and showed me where the shot was going to go in relation to the bulging disc at L5-S1.  Feeling pretty good today and back at work.  Luckily its a weekend and I can take it pretty easy.  I got an injection in my elbow on Thursday and that hurt worse.  Talked to the doc about surgery this fall for that.
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