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Complex regional pain syndrome (long lasting pain condition most often affecting one of the limbs (arms, legs, hands, or feet)) can be treated by Lyrica, Gabapentin, Cymbalta, Neurontin, Amitriptyline hydrochloride (latest reports from 2,021 Complex regional pain syndrome patients)
Pancreas lipomatosis (latest reports from 64 Pancreas lipomatosis patients).
On Jul, 29, 2016
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Hi, am a 50 year old wife, mom & gram...disabled hairstylist with RSD/CRPS. I have treated since 2009 and have just weaned (stepped down) from all meds except Lorazepam. I can't afford health insurance, nor the cost of doctor visits/meds. Since all have been done, 2 weeks now, I have the most intense itching! It's driving me nuts! And gets worse when sweating. I've been using allergy pills and natural remedies-essential oils, aloe vera, witch hazel, Epsom salt but if I'may not a step ahead, it strikes with a vengeance! Dang it already!!
im so nervous I wake up every day with less sight I have a 4 year old son I try to be strong around him I got a very supported husband I thank god for that sometimes I think there better without me but I would never hurt my self I just feel that way sometimes very depressed
I have had CRPS for 2 years. Just a few nights ago I started experiencing stomach pain. My Doctor didn't know what was causing it so gave me a stomach pill that didn't help so I didn't take it. I take a lot of meds, more than I listed. Just last week the stomach pain was soo bad I couldn't get ...
I am desperate for help. I have been sick for 14 years. It started from a IV and it caused Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. I have been dealing with organs swelling and having to be removed. I started having thyroid issues in 06 as well my face on the left side started to atrophy. I found out ...
I had crps 8 years ago after an ankle fracture,researched and found a dr who commenced me on dibenzyline,the problem resolved after6 months. I am am now 4 months post ankle fracture (again !) and symptoms have returned. My ankle/leg is pink, ankle joint is swollen ,movement is limited,pain ...
Hi, am a 50 year old wife, mom & gram...disabled hairstylist with RSD/CRPS. I have treated since 2009 and have just weaned (stepped down) from all meds except Lorazepam. I can't afford health insurance, nor the cost of doctor visits/meds. Since all have been done, 2 weeks now, I have the most ...
Hello, my name is shawna i have had RSD (CRPS) for about 20 years now since i had my baby 2 years ago my pain is a million times worse. I am currently taking gralise I don't notice any difference. I RSD effects my right arm and both legs. I feel like i am going crazy trying to find a health ...
Hi, I have crps and it has caused my L tibia to deminerlize. I'm wondering if any crps patients have or are taking forteo and what, if any problems you have had. Aslo, do the injections themselves cause harm? Thanks, kate
Since June 2011 I've had 5 surgeries on my right knee, including 3 TKRs. All unsuccessful. My knee is extremely swollen, painful, minimal r.o.m.. I am not able to work at this time. Recently diagnosed with spinal stenosis related to a bulging disc in my back. I'm thinking, most probably from ...
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