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PostMicrodiscectomyEpidural

Jules1JJules1 Oklahoma City, OklahomaPosts: 93
I am 7 months Post Lumbar Microdiscectomy and headed for an Epidural due to continuing pain. Is this covered in another subject here? Anyway I have post surgery MRI's and have done PT, Accupuncture, Meditation, etc. The Epidural Doctor says the current guidelines sre NOT to do Twighlight or anything. I've heard horror stories. What are others experiences?
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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,299
    Jules, just look under Spinal Injections.   ESIs is one of the more talked about  action.
    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 
  • itsautonomicitsautonomic LouisianaPosts: 2,561
    ESI without sedation isn't a big issue in the right hands and barring any issues getting needle to spot in my experience.  It's actually a big benefit to find dr to do them that way, allows you to return to work and avoid having driver 
    Do your due dilegence, trust you know your body and question everything if it does not fit. Advocate for yourself and you will be suprised what will be revealed trusting your body and instinct.
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