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What injection does my doctor give me?
Every time my mother has intense pain in her shoulder or knee, the doctor puts an injection in her bones which cures her pain for about an year. She has joint pain since almost 10 years. What's the injection my doctor is giving my mother? He never shares the name or details.
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Normally two type of drugs are given in the joint, either they are long acting steroids or hyluronidase suppliments.
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It sounds like he's giving steroids.
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Honestly that is a very difficult question to answer as I'm not aware of any such injection.
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Change your doctor.
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Looks like steroid
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