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Had steroid injection in the left shoulder. Severe pain in the cervical area and cervical spondylosis. On norco. Is it due to injection?

On Tuesday morning I had a steroid injection in the bursa of my left shoulder. By end of day pain in my arm was pretty severe- took norco to help with the pain. Slept through the night. When I woke Wed. morning and got out of bed-- I immediately fell to the floor my lower back gave out. Never had lower back pain only cervical spondylosis and recent cervical pain. Any chance the injection is related?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query to H. C. M.
On previous day you have taken NORCO to relieve pain and main culprit as you fell over the floor was this drug, not an steroid injection.
Analgesic and sedative properties are responsible as pain reliever but due to side effects you fell.
So please keep one thing in brain that injection was not responsible for this thing.
Regards Dr. HET

Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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