Could they have injected in the wrong spot? They say no. Why would I have relief three or four other times and not this time?
I am asking myself the same thing. This is my second round of Euflexxa, first round of 3 worked great. This time, during the second set of shots, I experienced a huge amount of pain (first time this had happened) and I think the injection went in the wrong place. During the third set of shots, I complained about that, and then I hardly felt any injection at all. So, still in the same amount of pain as before this round started. Is it possible that the injection technique does have an influence on the results? Thanks.
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