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Epidural for pain relief

An epidural is an injection of anaesthetic that goes into the epidural space close to your spine and reduces pain felt in your back, helping you to move more easily. If steroids are included in the injection, they will bring down any inflammation caused by the pain and may help the injection to work for longer.

The injection takes between 15 to 30 minutes and will be made in one of four areas, depending on the affected area of your back.

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EIDO Healthcare Limited - The operation and treatment information on this website is produced using information from EIDO Healthcare Ltd and is licensed by Aspen Healthcare.

The information should not replace advice that your relevant health professional would give you.

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