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Why Have I Lost Skin Pigment Where I Had A Cortisone Injection In My Wrist
Had a cortisone injection in wrist joint 13 weeks ago, still in so much pain, why? No one can find why?
Wrist pain : Persistent or increased pain from cortisone injection into wrist after 13 weeks needs to be further looked into . At times cortisone injections can cause more pain due to steroid induced inflammation , tendon, nerve, joint or bony injury locally . Other causes are infections and occasionally avascular necrosis . Follow up with doctor for further assessment with MRI / ct and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: It depends on the injury or problem. Sometimes a shot will be a one-time fix. Other times it might only last a short while. I generally don't advocate for repeated steroid shots anyway. For joint issues, I recommend you look up Prolotherapy or Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). Splints, braces, physical therapy, or supplements such as turmeric, glucosamine, MSM, chondroitin, etc, may also help joints. ...Read more
Can a cortisone injection in my shoulder be the cause of a lot of pain and swelling in my forearm and wrist?
Not typically: Unless you are having a reaction to the injection. Probably unrelated. ...Read more
Will a cortisone injection help heal a tfcc degenerative tear? It's been healing since i've gotten the wrist widget with hyluronic acid & supplements
It may not make it: Heal but can reduce the irritation that is present and is getting in the way of the healing process and potentially reduce symptoms. If oneis improving then an injection may not be needed. Supplements have not been shown to be beneficial. Splnts may help if they are the right ones. Often we use thte workd heal to mean feel better but the two things may not be concurrent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer