I have been on nalbuphine and phenergan inter muscular injections for 15 years. About 2 weeks ago I injected mysel in my left thigh midway between the knee cap and beginning of my pelvis on the righ portion ( if your looking forward) of my thigh. It's now slightly swollen and numb. It's not a infection. It has no redness. No pain. I'm thinking I might have hit a nerve. But would that cause numbness in my leg down? Should I be worried about a blood clot or circulation issues? Also to " rehab" it should I try to work it out? Or keep it stable. Any tips , answers , suggestions are welcomed please.
Hi Musicman78, First of all we are not Dr.s and I don't know enough about Nerves and injections ,although I do them with imitrex for headaches!Your best bet is to see you Dr. or at least call him with an update of what s ging on!!!My Guess is maybe you did hit a nerve I have alot of problems with nerve pain and I'm aware of commlications! Best of Luck 77grace
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