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Could someone please help! I went to see an orthopedic doctor to see about an old rotator cuff injury. He injected my shoulder with a steroid shot, diagnosing it with Bursitis. A month later, I had to go back to get the results read for another injury from an MRI. The same doctor is treating my knee and shoulder. I told him I was had pain in my tricep intermittently since the shot and that I had recently developed an intense burning, radiating pain that shot from my shoulder to my elbow like an electric shock. He said he had no clue what that could be. (This was 3 weeks after he injected the shot into my shoulder). He went ahead and injected my knee that day (first time for both body parts to ever have shots like this). Now another week has passed and my arm continues to get shocks of terrible pain out of nowhere from the smallest movement. I'm desperate to know what this could be from. I do have neck problems but none that ever affected my arm and haven't had any recent trauma. I'm scared something is really wrong. Please help!!!

I had a shoulder injury in october of 2006. An mri revealed a tear in the distal supraspinatous tendon. we tried therapy and shots that never really helped the pain. i then had an arthroscope. the doctor said he couldnt find the tear but did subacromial decompression. after therapy i still have the same pre surgery symptoms. i had another mri which revealed the same tear. now the doctor wants to give me another injection. Meanwhile i have been in pain/lack of sleep/on a 2lb restriction at work for nearly a year now. another second opinion doc said to give me a shot and if the pain goes away temporarily then its just the tear causing my pain, if the pain stays the same then i have worse problems. are these docs on the right track????????

I had three injections all of which worked for a few days to two weeks then stopped. The excruciating pain returned and only Vicoden 5 mg 3-4 times a day controlled the pain. Vicoden at that dose is the lowest dose prescribed. it worked perfectly for several years and doctors refused to prescribed opioids for fear of losing their license. My sister recently died of throat cancer and she complained constantly of pain. She died with unrelieved pain. As a cancer patient she was prescribed Morphine 2 mg. every 6 hours. That is beyond ridiculous but keeps our doctor’s license safe. Our doctors are violating their Hippocratic oath – Do No Harm. They had added a caveat “except when the government is breathing down your neck. Then the patient be damned. I am glad this helped you Randy. I don’t know your clinical status but I am sure it differs from mine. Do you have severe and crippling arthritis?

There has been no prior regular surveillance for adverse events following epidural steroid injections; however, infection is a known, although likely rare, risk that has been documented in the medical literature.   Although CDC has received reports of illness in patients who have received the medications listed in the table above, including some patients who had evidence of meningeal inflammation, CDC and public health officials have no reports of laboratory-confirmed bacterial or fungal meningitis, spinal, or paraspinal infections caused by these products.  The available epidemiological and laboratory data do not, at this time, support evidence of an outbreak of infections linked to usage of non-methylprednisolone NECC products.

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Steroid shot left indentation

steroid shot left indentation

There has been no prior regular surveillance for adverse events following epidural steroid injections; however, infection is a known, although likely rare, risk that has been documented in the medical literature.   Although CDC has received reports of illness in patients who have received the medications listed in the table above, including some patients who had evidence of meningeal inflammation, CDC and public health officials have no reports of laboratory-confirmed bacterial or fungal meningitis, spinal, or paraspinal infections caused by these products.  The available epidemiological and laboratory data do not, at this time, support evidence of an outbreak of infections linked to usage of non-methylprednisolone NECC products.

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