Getting a steroid injection in your back is a pretty big step. It can ease symptoms for months, years or — if you’re one of the lucky ones — for good. That makes it all the more upsetting if it doesn’t help at all or only helps a few days. Find out why that happens, and what to do if it happens to you.
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