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... Now, they want to do a cervical MRI next week to make sure I haven't herniated a cervical disc. Symptomatically, what's the difference in pain between arm RSD and cervical herniation? ... (3 replies)
... ain radiating to my trapesius areaand into my 3rd, 4th and 5th finger which burns. My fingers feel like they are burning and are freezing cold like frost bite. I can sleep 12 hours every day and am always lethargic too. ... (4 replies)
... When my husband's foot only worsened the military and many civilian specialists have now concluded that it is RSD and we are going for his 3rd block tomorrow...thus far, it has not worked. ... (5 replies)

Aloe vera for RSD
Dec 26, 2012
... me and tell them that was your diagnosis and do they deal with that. If they don't, ask them for a referral to a pain management doctor who is knowledgeable with rsd and who handles cases for that. The pain management doctor that I see, that's pretty much her main deal. ... (3 replies)
... I Remember Reading That Surgeries Can Cause Rsd To Spread, I Have Rsd In Both My Hands And Both My Feet, I Had A Hysterectomy Done In 2000 And Ovaries Removed In 2002 Due To Endometreosis, Adhesions And Scar Tissue......... ... (5 replies)
... ain in my neck and my left upper shoulder, but it migrated to the right middle side of my back afterwards, and now I have pain almost over my whole back. I know RSD can cause pain in your extremities, but what about your back, can it affect that? ... (13 replies)
... years ago, when I was 22, I was diagnosed with RSD in my left foot. I went hiking the week before I graduated from college. ... (3 replies)
... I agree with the advice given you already. Your daughter is very lucky that her team doc picked up on this and sent her to a pain clinic so quickly. RSD is not curable, but it is treatable, and there are several treatments out there, but the blocks are the best way to try to get it into remission. ... (7 replies)
RSD and Fusion?
May 8, 2004
... Yes, more surgery could cause a flare. That is why I am not having the third reconstruction surgery on my wrist. I will live with the rest of the torn tissue unrepaired. ... (4 replies)
... There are an estimated over 7 million victims of RSD all across the USA. ... (4 replies)
... d. my left thumb then the right thumb. then my right elbow and then my left elbow it is starting. it is a combination bone and muscle pain but different than the rsd pain.. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to healthboards. I am so sorry to hear of your RSD diagnoses. You have come to the right place though. There are lots of people here anytime you have a question or just need to vent. ... (6 replies)
RSD of the Ear?!
May 15, 2004
... and I'm 39 years old now. The headaches were horrible from it too! I had my teeth equilibrated, and that solved the problem for me. I can only imagine what you have and still are going through. I am so sorry. Doc's can be idiots can't they. Sheesh. ... (58 replies)
... s all in your feet, which isn't t he origin of the RSD I'd be real leary of retrying it again. ... (27 replies)
... guarantee that any new trauma introduced to your body won't cause the RSD to spread or worsen. ... (5 replies)
RSD of the Ear?!
May 19, 2004
... an appointment with a rheumatoidologist in June. It took me close to three months to get into him. As if I don't have enough problems we might throw rheumatoid arthritis in with RSD. I have heard that arthritis can cause you to run a temp. ... (58 replies)
... and they said I had degenerative arthritis and when the pain got too much to stand, they would fuse it. It got BAD within a short time and a nurse told me about a new ankle replacement surgery, OH YEA! ... (4 replies)
... I have read that RSD can be caused not only by a major trauma, but also by something as silly as stubbing your toe. In some cases the actuall cause may never be found. ... (35 replies)
Aug 21, 2006
... however, they have noted tough fibrous bands coming off the accessory ribs that are believed to be more responsible for the pathology. The bands cause tethering of the brachial plexus, which results in traction and, therefore, symptoms. ... (12 replies)
... could have asked for, but I got another infection at the incision site. I was having complications from the nerve blocks that made them not worth the risk, as my rsd started from a infection and am scared of more problems. They just put me back on the Duragesic and Percocet after 3 months of nothing at all. ... (10 replies)

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