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RSD & menopause
Oct 5, 2004
... ough, and since I started the RSD rollercoaster I can sit outside in the snow in shorts and a tshirt and am just dandy. I don't quite know why that is, but the abnormal sweating is a part of it as well, because I also used to cold sweat. ... (12 replies)
... Has anyone told you the list of characteristics for RSD? We went to a conference on RSD in 2004. They discussed having a more definitive definition of CRPS (RSD). These are the guidelines that were discussed (I don't know if they have been formally adopted yet). They might give you an idea of whether you really have RSD or not. (I hope not, of course.) For a positive... (4 replies)
... I am the one who posted originally about the conference in San Diego. I was able to figure out how to copy the criteria for diagnosis of CRPS from my previous post. :D They spent a long time discussing the difference between signs (something that the doctor sees upon examination), and symptoms (reported by the patient as happening at some time). They have decided that the... (6 replies)

... My husband and I recently attended the RSDA Conference in San Diego in September. I wanted to share it with you. Several doctors from around the world spoke, both to physicians and to patients in separate sessions. These are some of my notes from their lectures and their handouts. Stephen Bruehl, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine CRPS diagnostic criteria... (5 replies)
... RSD but is not specific to RSD just as abnormal EMG findings are not specific to CRPS2 so there are other diagnostic criteria to consider. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Julie, it might be too late for you to see this before you go for your block, but you're in my prayers... Special prayers and wishes go out your way today. Don't get too discouraged about the depression or what you might be percieving as regression (hmm... isn't that what depression does? lol) Check out the list of side effects for zonegran that I am pasting below. I'm... (8 replies)
... I did a search on this medication and found the following: Why is this drug prescribed? Tegretol is used in the treatment of seizure disorders, including certain types of epilepsy. It is also prescribed for trigeminal neuralgia (severe pain in the jaws) and pain in the tongue and throat. In addition, some doctors use Tegretol to treat alcohol withdrawal, cocaine... (3 replies)
... abnormal hair or nail growth, osteoporosis, abnormal movements of injured region. They also list "pilomotor erection" which is gooseflesh. I haven't heard that mentioned by many of you. ... (11 replies)
... I can try to answer your question about atrophy versus dystrophy. Atrophy refers to tissue wasting of any kind, I believe. Dystrophy refers to abnormal nutrition of tissues. ... (9 replies)




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