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Pain, Pain, Go away

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:25 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Hi everyone! I just had a lumbar intralaminar injection a few days ago and the pain from the injection is still there. I had a Ep injection a mon ago and it didn't help me a whole lot. This injection I'm still not sure if it helped or not bacause the pain from the injection has taking my mind off of the "normal" pain. This injection was done by going from the bottom of the tail bone and up to the nerve. The first one was straight in the back. I would have rather did the first one again than this last one. Has anyone else had this happen to them? The Dr told me that if this don't help than I have to have my nerves shocked (tested) to see if I will need to go through another surgery or not. What a PAIN! LOL Well I guess I'll find out soon enough.


  • I think I got one through my back at two weeks because I had leg/buttock pain. It hurt more than an epidural steroid injection but it is helping. Maybe you need another shot or a second opinion? Just a suggestion. Best Wishes
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