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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 Gabapentin, Lyrica, Cymbalta, Neurontin, Amitriptyline hydrochloride (latest reports from 3,005 Complex regional pain syndrome patients)
Pancreas lipomatosis (latest reports from 64 Pancreas lipomatosis patients).
On Sep, 28, 2016
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This is the first time I've posted anything on any website about my journey. After a couple misdiagnoses I was diagnosed with RSD 8 years ago. Prior to being a patient I was a doctor. Talk about a rude of wakening! My symptoms were confusing. I knew I was very sick, but didn't know how sick. Wouldn't you know it was at the same time my primary physician was closing his private practice so the new doctor didn't know me other than professionally. Not a good time to be making a switch. I was placed on meds that made me even worse. Just a little background. Prior to these weird neurologic symptoms started appearing I had a muscle in my right lower leg spontaneously detach when I pulled my toes up to stretch , hoping to ease the pain behind my right knee. That muscle should only detach if you're in a VERY serious car accident or more likely a plane crash. Not me, just pulling my toes up. That occurred right before Thanksgiving. Somewhere in Feb. the neuro symptoms started to appear as I recall. I figured I'd gone back to work too soon, and that was why my leg still hurt so much. The symptoms kept getting worse, until two days after Mothers Day I went to get out of bed, and was unable to stand. My right ankle went into some weird corkscrew looking thing. It took 5 years for me to walk again. I'm not writing this for sympathy, but wanted to share how I managed to get out of my power chair, and crutches after such a long time. Trust me I had tried everything shy of being placed in a coma, or near coma. Anyway, long story short three years ago my daughter convinced me to try something called Sympathetic Therapy. After a month I thought I might be better. By the end of the second month I knew it was helping. The end of the third month I was walking unassisted. Now, here I am three years later. I sold my office after the first year of illness. Two weeks ago I reopened my Chiropractic Clinic. I'm only part time because I'm still getting my strength back. One of the things that made me consider coming back was the thought that my new knowledge might be able to help someone else. I'm now offering Sympathetic Therapy in my office. I truly am not intending for this to be an advertisement! I just wanted to share something that worked for me. Wishing you health at the end of your journey.
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 ...
This is the first time I've posted anything on any website about my journey. After a couple misdiagnoses I was diagnosed with RSD 8 years ago. Prior to being a patient I was a doctor. Talk about a rude of wakening! My symptoms were confusing. I knew I was very sick, but didn't know how sick. ...
Hello, after suffering for about 5 years with CRPS after a sustained serious crush injury to part of my leg and foot, I now have both RLS and CRPS. My symptoms of RLS began within the last year. It is mostly constant now with various levels of discomfort. I just started on Requip this week in ...
Hi my name is Lance. I was diagnosed with RSD in 2005. I had it in my shoulder post surgery. I have not had a flare up in years but recently I had surgery to have my gallbladder removed. Now they found a hemangioma on my liver and I have the most severe burning pain in my leg and hip. I have ...
Got cprs type 2 after carpol tunnel operation a year ago 😢 its moved up my arm and shoulder. Took 6 months to diagnose.....we live in south Africa were in the world can I find a possible treatment to put me in a remission. I'm only 41.
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 ...
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