Would you have Pancreas lipomatosis when you have Complex regional pain syndrome?
Summary: there is no Pancreas lipomatosis reported by people with Complex regional pain syndrome yet.
We study people who have Pancreas lipomatosis and Complex regional pain syndrome from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Complex regional pain syndrome
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, Tramadol, Topamax. (latest reports from 2,125 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome patients)
Pancreas lipomatosis has been reported by people with pulmonary hypertension, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, depression. (latest reports from 66 Pancreas lipomatosis patients)
On Jan, 16, 2015: No report is found.
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I am always way too warm. My family is freezing! I currently have a pain stimulator. I'm taking medications mainly antidepressants and Neurontin. I need guidance, is there a medication that might help?
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Thinking of having Ketamine infusion to reboot my Central Nervous System. I have been taking it in liquid form & nasally for the last year. Some relief but doesn't last! If I don't have RSD can it do me more harm than good??? Thank you for helping end the pain, I hope.
- How long does the depression last with opiate withdrawls? (1 answer)
I have been in denial for quite some time now.But I believe I've got a dependency to opiates! Though never taken more than prescribed it has had an insane affect emotionally and mentally. My kids can't even run past me playing or I'll EXPLODE!I used to be the kind of father that could play and put up with anything all day. I decided to stop taking the Norco about three weeks ago and haven't touched it since, even though I've got a script ready. I put my last patch on about 4 days ago, but started withdrawls after about 24 hrs after I put it on. I've been on the same dose for about two years now so maybe that's why?? Maybe my body wants more?? Any answers on that part would be helpful. But My biggest concern is my mood. My kids are my world and every time I yell at them or spank them, I feel like crying, its like I CANT stand being around my wife and kids. I hate to say it but I'd rather be left alone in my room than be with them, and that sucks because I love them to the moon and back!! I know when I take the norco I enjoy being around them, its like I'm a new and fun dad when I take the crap. I haven't in three weeks but I'm so tempted cause I don't want my kids thinking I hate them! I'd really like to know how long the psychological affect lasts, cause I can't take it, it makes me understand fully why others relapse! Help please!I don't want to be on the fentanyl or the norco if these are the things they do to you! But I don't want to just STOP cold turkey if this is the mess it creates in my head, screw the physical, I have a nerve disease so pain and sweats are nothing new, but my mind is shot! I'm not me anymore! I lost the real me, my kids lost the real me three years ago after all this started. I just need to know how long the mental part lasts, cause if its just a couple weeks or so I can handle it, any long and I don't think my kids can hand it! I'm 28 yrs old and act like a cranky old man towards them. I don't want to mess them up emotionally anymore than I already have. I cuss I swear I hit things. How long does this mental crap last????!
- With crps, can you get a spontaneous bursitis from everyday activity
I have had CRPS for about a year and a half. I woke up the other morning, 2 am, with my usual pain, but also had large swelling in my right knee, double its normal size. I have had swelling in this knee in the middle of the joint for a long time but now a large swelling in what I believe to be the bursa on the top of my knee.Can you get bursitis with CRPS? I had done very little activity the previous day, certainly nothing to cause an injury. Besides my usual burning, now I have intense pain with movement from this swelling. Can this be a component of the CRPS?
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