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? about after Ep injection

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:24 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Hey all! I had an Ep injection done last week. My tingling in my leg and foot is almost all gone. The bad part is that the pain is still there. When I saw the PT this last Monday they FINALLY found the source of all the pain in the small of my back. (the same spot I have been telling them for months) Now I am having muscule contractions in the back and hip/sciadica areas. Is this normal after having the Ep injection or is there a possiblity that there's something else wrong? Your words of advise would be a great help to me.

Karla
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  • I'm having calf pain and foot too. I can feel my toes which were numb before. Still tingling a bit also. At least that tingling is disappearing that's awful. Hope you get better too Karla. Charry
    DDD of lumbar spine with sciatica to left hip,leg and foot. L4-L5 posterior disc bulge with prominent facets, L5-S1 prominent facets with a posterior osteocartilaginous bar. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing c-spine c4-c7 RN
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