Symptoms from nerves generally take longer to respond to corticosteroid than symptoms relating to muscles or joints. During this time, the normal symptoms might continue or, occasionally, are worse. A major flare of symptoms generally indicates a local reaction to the injected medication or to having the needle. Anti-inflammatory medication, rest (use of a splint) and the application of cold packs is recommended. If the reaction is persistent, then you should seek medical attention, as it might be an infection, although this is unlikely.
The uterus is located in the lesser pelvis between the urinary bladder and the rectum. Although generally a midline structure, lateral deviations of the uterus are not uncommon. The broad ligaments extend from the uterus laterally to the pelvic side walls. They contain the fallopian tubes and vessels. The uterosacral ligaments serve to keep the uterus in an anterior position. They arise from the upper cervix posteriorly and extend to the fascia over the second and third sacral vertebrae. The round ligaments arise anterior to and below the fallopian tubes and cross the inguinal canal to end in the upper portion of the labia majora. (82)