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Blurry vision, neck and back pain after an epidural injection. On Norvasc. What to do?

I received an epideral in dr. office in the C7 and T1 area. My vision is blurry my neck and back pain remained about the same. That night a bright circular lite was spinning in my right eye, went to opthamoligist and he stated i had blood in my eyes. I am now on Norvasc and Dr. wants to go to hospital to give an anterior injection... HELP
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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There could have been a bleeding in the eye which is possible after an epidural injection because of raised intra cranial pressure.
The hemorrhage is usually self limiting but slow..
You can keep consulting your ophthalmologist for follow up.
Can you elaborate on the part of 'anterior injection'? It's not very clear. Is it for the blood in the eye or for your neck pain?
Injection into the eye can be given to hasten resorption of hemorrhage but not in all cases..
Take care. I am available for further queries..
Answered: Sat, 3 Aug 2013
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