A member asked:

Does the numbing injection for epidural hurt?

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Dr. Mohammad Homsi answered

Specializes in Neurology

Epidural: Usually not, it can cause just the prick of the needle it self, and most of the time they use local anesthesia before that.

Answered 12/28/2018



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