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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Monkeyboy, Oct 17, 2018.
Coming soon to a lumbar region near me !
Yikes. Hope everything goes fine.
Bend over and hold your ankles … you will be fine
For "the boy dolphin", its a mere swim in the ocean.
For others, well.....neausea, incontinence, followed by uncontrollable flatulence. In fact for many an entire evacuation of the body.
I can truthfuly say that no one has ever actually died from this procedure but there are a great number who have wanted to.
But for "the boy dolphin", a mere swim in the ocean.
you will feel like a new woman soon
Ouch, that sounds painful. Since my last c-section the word “epidural” is enough to make me squirm...
But I hope it does the trick for your lumbar region!
I may be getting the kid’s portion in my thumb...
Haha... but actually, the doc gave me an evaluation (which went swimmingly !) and described the procedure as NBD ,
so I'm not worried, or even nervous right now. I'm happy that he's optimistic, and that
it's going to be fairly cheap. Rather looking forward to it eagerly, in fact
You'll get through it buddy, hope for a quick recovery!
Yeah, it's always been a big scary word, but this is somewhat different from that .
He said it will not feel like much at all, and that the Lidocaine shot will be the one that stings,
before the actual epi , so all that was a huge relief to hear.
Thanks! I'm expecting some good results.
It's more for the leg, but if it doesn't help that, I'll take some back relief
Fir your Lumbar...
Argh! Fixed the typo before I saw its punliness
My peers (friends and co-workers) get epidural shots regularly. Almost everybody over 50 around here has issues that require some sort of help.
Except me. For me, I figure it isn't "if" it is when...
I’ve had a bunch of those. They worked for a while. I’ve had them in my upper back neck area and my lumbar area...
For me, limber
A lumbering beast again
General overall careless living...
I've grown to dislike needles...
Good luck with that
Hope it helps
According to little bit of Google research,
Reported side effects from epidural steroid injections include:
Localized increase in pain.
Non-positional headaches resolving within 24 hours.
Fever the night of injection.
High blood sugar.
A transient decrease in immunity because of the suppressive effect of the steroid.
So, hopefully, not quite that bad, @Monkeyboy. Hope it does the trick for you.