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Epidural spinal injections

Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by cyb3rminx, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. cyb3rminx

    cyb3rminx · Active Member

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    Hi have been diagnosed with a bulging disc l4 l5 and yesterday I finally had my first steriod injection.still to feel any benefits off having the injection but struggling to get by bs down to anywhere near normal.had anyone else had these injections or disc problems i would love to hear your experiences
  2. Riesenburg

    Riesenburg · Well-Known Member

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    Hi cyb3rminx,

    Blood sugars might be high due to the steroids, some can really push the sugars up whilst others can do the opposite. I know that inhalers bump up the sugar levels too.

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