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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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... In what part of the body is your rsd located? ... (5 replies)
My husband has RSD
Sep 28, 2004
... Neuromas can grow anywhere, not just in the feet, they can go in the hands wrist or even the knee like Sharon had !! And a neuroma can be seen on a MRI or CT scan so they can have this done to see what it is for sure. ... (18 replies)
... Well the only symptom of RSD he has is the limp, nothing else. He didn't have any major trauma just prior to the limp starting. He just seemed to wake up one day with it. ... (35 replies)

... triggered your RSD too. ... (9 replies)
... this would be there too possibly with the damaged pain pathway since they all are governed at the same tract. it would depend upon just how far the compression actually goes. ... (20 replies)
... while you really could have RSD developing in the injured hand, there is ALWAYS a good possibility that some of what you may be feeling in the opposite, and even IN that injured hand too just could be some level of a spinal related problem too? ... (10 replies)
... RSD is diagnosed by the drastic increase of pain after an injury or surgery when the body should have healed and stopped hurting. There can be burning but not always. ... (3 replies)
RSD or not?
Aug 1, 2012
... The doctor should be selling snake oil medicine. RSD can absolutely be caused by whiplash. The problem with most doctors is RSD is not easily seen on an Xray or MRI. If they can't see it they don't believe it is there. ... (5 replies)
... could very easily be involved and just simply needs to be scanned to hopefully find that reason. all of his symptoms just need to be tracked back to where they are being generated. i mean its not rocket science ya know? ... (35 replies)
... this is the first time you mentioned that numbness going on jane. that DOES matter here and does show at least some level of impairment within nerve flow. this is what NEEDS to be tracked back to the sorce. ... (35 replies)
... most of all is just exactly 'what' the doc you consulted with actually gave you as your 'best possible case post op prognosis" with what you simply DO have going on in those legs to your feet? ... (14 replies)
... I received an email about the show and procedure. I watched the video and was curious about it because it focused on teenage girls. However, I thought if it worked for them, maybe it could work for me. ... (9 replies)
... Sorry it took me so long to respond.. I still haven't really read up on all my MRI's. The dr did say that MY RSD Is SIP because its assoicated with the central nervous system. ... (20 replies)
... I think the unit I have would be a MENS according to the info you posted about battery life. Mine lasts something around 50 hours on a charge and it uses one 9 volt rechargable. I got it because of the extreame tight muscles I have in my back. That was before my injury. ... (6 replies)
... I have looked all over the internet for info on RSD and it seems like you can get it by an injury to a limb. I am wondering if you can get it from a fall where you land on your spine. ... (7 replies)
... Hi renegaderob, Be very careful about surgery!!!!!! this can cause RSD to spread. ... (26 replies)
... Reactive protein is very high and even on Prednisone it didn't go down, my Rheumy. was perplexed. ... (11 replies)
New to RSD
Jan 12, 2007
... Skooze..I saw on another post you mentioned a Moonbow, I have never heard or seen one...sounds amazing. ... (24 replies)
Vitamin B & RSD
Dec 18, 2003
... the xrays and MRI NEVER showed a fracture. I, of course, had been complaining about the other pains in my leg since after the 1st month. ... (42 replies)
... What can be done to kick her into remission? ... (3 replies)




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