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... Thank you so much, daylilyfan! One thing you mentioned as to respecting the area with the RSD has consumed me...if anything comes neare my shoulder, hand, elbow, etc., I jump away. ... (8 replies)
... Then I injured my shoulder, and by the end of that day, RSD set in. I swear it happened that fast. It took a couple weeks for the coldness and some of the other symptoms, but the extreme pain came right away. ... (8 replies)
... t arm is affected, with the worst being in the wrist and most of all, the entire hand. Some fingers are worse than others. I don't know if this is "normal" for RSD or not. ... (8 replies)

... my arms started hurting.. Can't figure out which one first because had surgery twice on right arm in may and July 2011.. Last one 3 months before RSD pain was noticed in my left knee. ... (22 replies)
... I try not to feel sorry for myself, and reading the posts here, most folks have RSD much worse than I do, I just don't know what to do. ... ... (8 replies)
... How do you go about normal life. I had always hoped that this would just go away and I'd be back to normal. But now with the Dr. even saying that I am probably as good as I'll get, it makes it kind of hard to continue to look up. Any advice? ... (6 replies)
... one knows why one person's RSD spreads to other parts of their body while another person's doesn't. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Sealover. Yes, a person can have RSD even if their pain is not always severe. It can come and go, throb, be of a stabbing nature, a pressure feeling, shooting pain, "electrical" zings and zaps from the nerves, etc... ... (1 replies)
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Jun 6, 2006
... well actually my original injury was caused by a therapist... but I stopped going when she injured me... then after we figured out about the RSD and I went for my first block, they sent me right away to occupational therapy. They said they had treated RSD, and so I did what they told me. ... (15 replies)
... So, I sent Dr. Schwartzman an email. After explaining that I have Systemic RSD and what I have been through the past 6 years, I asked the following questions and Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Just checked out your other thread and thought I would add some thoughts. So here are some things to keep in mind regarding how Rsd can come about. ... (15 replies)
... A test you could get is a bone scan. If there are changes to the bone caused by rsd then it will show. If there are no changes then it won't. ... (12 replies)
... I can only share my experience with you. Just remember everyone is so different when it comes to RSD.. What flares one up, might not flare the other up.. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know much about workers comp, but you can keep your health benefits thru cobra for at least 18 months. It's expensive though, thats the bad thing about that. ... (7 replies)
... well... in ways it does and it doesn't sound like rsd to me. ... (15 replies)
... Shelia, I currently take 3,200mgs of neurontin and it most definitely helps. I did have several side effects in the beginning, but they went away for the most part with time. ... (13 replies)
... give them to you. I'll say first that it's not meant to scare you even more. None of us ever heard of this before we were dx'd with it. It is scary at first and can be overwhelming at times, but you will get past that. ... (11 replies)
Jan 2, 2009
... Yes,it can come along due to nerve damage and without it. Sometimes people get confused because of the bazillion names for rsd and then add the words type I and type II. ... (6 replies)
... w, you are so brave.! I am afraid I have lost my courage. I cannot get a doctor in charge of this, they just don't know much about it, and tell me , it will just go away on it's own, not , or get some physical therapy. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, I am a 37 year old who had RSD in ankle back in 2004 and after 3 lumbar sympathetic blocks, it slowly started going away... ... (3 replies)

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