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Epidural steroid injection

An epidural steroid injection is a common and quick procedure to treat spinal nerve irritation that usually causes chronic low back pain and/or leg pain (also known as radicular pain). Epidural steroid injection is also used to treat other conditions, such as disk herniation and cervical radiculopathy. The epidural or epidural space, sometimes extradural space or peridural space, is an area in the human spine. It is located inside the bony spinal canal but outside the membrane of the dura mater.

Epidural steroid injection is generally safe but, as with any other medical procedures, there is always the possibility of the occurrence of side effects. The most common side effect of epidural steroid injection is pain lasting for a couple of days at a maximum. Other serious steroid side effects include infection, headaches due cerebrospinal fluid, bleeding within the epidural space, and epidural abscess as caused by infection.  

A needle and a syringe are used in epidural steroid injection. These are used to enter the epidural space and deposit small amounts of long-acting steroids around the inflamed spinal nerve. After the injection, you may notice that your legs may be numb due to the injection of local anesthesia. This discomfort may last for several hours. You may also experience a sore back, typically for a day or two.