Epidural Steroid Injections Using Depo Medrol

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Dennis Says:

Has anyone had issues after receiving a spinal epidural injection (Epidural Steroid Injection or ESI) for their back and/or sciatic pain?

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Kevin Says:

Hello Dennis,

I was doing some research on the National Institute of Health's website and I was going to provide you with a list of side effects but the list is so ridiculously long that I feel like it would be overbearing. So instead of doing that I want to ask you what side effects you are experiencing and I will read through the list myself and see if I can find that specific section and give you the answers your asking.

If you would actually prefer to look at all of the side effects yourself I have provided the link to the NIH link I was looking at below.


Let me know what you want to do and I will further assist you if you would like that.

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