I have had a pain block injection in my ackilies tendon. Has anyone else had it? This is my second night without sleep Thank you all

I have had a pain block injection in my ackilies tendon. Has anyone else had it? This is my second night without sleep Thank you all

I have a thickening of my Ackilies tendon. After several things were tried in my right foot I had three "craving" down operations they have up as there was too much scare tissue to do more.
Now the left leg has begin to do the same thing. This ;pain block".is the first thing they have tried. I had an anesthetic injection followed immediately by this pain block injection which was put… read more

A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

i have had pain block for my neck it help alot but its all back the same as it was*i had a needle in my lower back a year ago now and it took the life right out of me .*it made the pain worst /i will never let them do no more *its almost like they left the needle in my back never got over it*i tells my doctor about it and he says nothing*its very hard on my life trying to cout with it*i am sick of taking meds /but what can a person do*they got me turn into a drug addect.*sorry about my spelling*

posted over 1 year ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

I been having them for 14 years and 9 out of 12 months each year I have no pain at all

posted over 1 year ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

I have felt like 6 months of relief with these injections is a gift from God! It's not magical complete relief, but Wow! 6. Whole. Months! My doctor gave me sedation and they are guided by ultrasound. I get the ablations and I get them in multiple areas. So for about six months, I'm going in at least once a month for injections. I pay my regular co-pay and I'm on Medicare. According to the receipt from insurance that I see, it's no where near $16k, it's expensive, but quite a bit lower than 5 figures. They don't work for everyone and every doctor may not burn the exact right spot, but if they work? Truly, 6 months is a little miracle from heaven!

posted 6 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

They put heat on my back / neck after injections. I get them approx. every 5-6 weeks. My nerve taps for a severed ilioinguinal nerve is every 3 months and that's by ultrasound. For both, most times they work after a few days, but sometimes they don't.

posted 8 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

The one I had done last 30 days the pain when it come back it was 30 times worse it put me in the hospital for 7 days

posted 8 months ago
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