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confirming this is normal-am sick as heck!

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,731
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:23 AM in Spinal Injections
Had 1st cervical ESI yesterday and obviously I am still a bit sore in the area and feel stiff. Pain is better I think, but is hard to tell as I feel so much nausea and the base of my skull feels so very heavy. No headache to say. Feel really out of sorts. Kinda shaky. Almost like flu symptoms I have read about here. My hands are swollen a bit as my rings are tight and my skin hurts to make a fist. This can last up to about 3-7 days-correct? Sadly as I am writing this, my nerve pain is here. Burning, but the shot can take up to 14 days to work too if I read correctly? Any symptoms I should watch out for which may require calling Dr.?
Thanks so much!
:sick:
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