Re: Anesthetic Injection into the hip bone
just exactly what type of procedure were you having done that they had to inject into your bone at all? they DO do what are intraosseous IVs into usually the leg bone(tibia,and usually on very young children who do not show veins real well) but i have never heard of an actual 'anesthetic type of 'injection", unless of course there is going to be a procedure done there.
or was this like 'just" strictly like an ESI or something "just" specifically FOR pain only that you are having and not for numbing for procedure to follow? knowing where your pain is actually located would help.
knowing what/if you were actually having anything else 'done' would help to know the 'whys' of that particular location being used. did you have some type of bone marrow aspiration done in that illiac crest(hip bone)? i know they would do this for THAT type of procedure. the more info you can give would really help. marcia
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