- Jun 21, 2023
- United States
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Did the impingement finally resolve after the injection, and if so how long?When I dealt with the tendonitis, it was wait and see, first. Then we tried the prescription anti-inflammatory again. The next step was injection. So, it took a little time to realize that it wasn’t going away on its own (mine was caused by impingement.)
I've had a couple of experiences with injections. One was very effective in resolving a nagging case of shoulder tendinitis. And, I had multiple injections trying to help my hip pain, which were helpful but wore off (and as we all know arthritis never "resolves").
I'm not near the injection phase yet, I have a lot more time to spend in the "on its own" phase first. But I'm always curious to know recovery stories of when pain and symptoms finally did "resolve" and you're fully on to enjoying your new hip.