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Jan 11, 2013
... I am so sorry that you are going through this. ... (6 replies)
Aloe vera for RSD
Dec 26, 2012
... I have never heard of a rheumatologist treating rsd. I would search pain management doctors in your area and be sure that you choose one that is very knowledgeable about rsd. There are some who know of it, but not about it. Rheumatologists work with people who have arthritis, not rsd. ... (3 replies)
... So glad I have you guys or I would not have a clue what to do. How do you know which pain is RSD? ... (9 replies)

... If you've been silently reading this thread and wondering how this can take place, you are not alone. I'm perplexed as well. ... (12 replies)
... old male and have been athletic most of my life. I love baseball, outdoors, camping and having fun with my wife and kids. ... (1 replies)
... Just wanted to not doing well at all....divorce is evident and heis threathing to take kids cuz he says I am retarded...I not retared...i have RSD....jerk! I ahte him! I mean can you imagine I vowed to love him the rest of my life? ... (11 replies)
... First of all, please don't allow anybody to minimize what you are going through. ... (36 replies)
... Hello Angel and Joey, I don't post here very often but I do read postings regularly, so I am familiar with who you are. I am feeling a strong need to write to you tonight because I am extremely concerned with Joey now. I have been reading your postings for a long time and have seen what all he has gone through. ... (5 replies)
... Hello "Soxy" thank you for welcoming me and sharing with me. I am starting to feel a connection here, I finally feel like I am not alone in this world with my situation. Thanks!!! ... (10 replies)
... unfortunately you shouldn't expect any help from social security. I am going to be 51 next month. ... (3 replies)
... I go to a physiatrist who specializes in physical medicine who is in charge of my PT program. He is the one who first diagnosed my RSD. My PT is wonderful. She is gentle and never pushes me too hard. ... (6 replies)
Dec 29, 2003
... Aly, thank you for your well considered response. ... (16 replies)
... All I can say is AMEN to that. At least you got SOME good news huh? ... (4 replies)
... work related due to repetive motion. I have workaholic tendancys and was always very high energy and a hard worker. I started with my family Dr. who started refering out to specialist. ... (9 replies)
... I have also been instructed to move around my foot and toes as possible. I truly think I have stage 1 and a very mild case. ... (6 replies)
Hello - TAKE 2
Nov 24, 2006
... Thanks for the warm welcome Dee and Sharon, its amazing how the hand of friendship from one side of the world to another is extended so easily. ... (8 replies)
... Hello afb... I just joined this board. You are the first one I'm sending a msg to. ... (11 replies)
... I'm sorry the block is wearing off, each block may last longer. The next may last a week, or even longer. They try to give then every week hoping to push it into remission. I hope they can for you. ... (6 replies)
... Hey AZ girlie! I'm only a few months behind you. I was dx'd this past December and getting blocks since around Christmas time. They work most of the time and have gotten where they last about a week. I've had a few setbacks, surgery for a bone infection being one of them, that stirred things up. ... (11 replies)
Pain Clinic
Jul 21, 2004
... My first step with RSD is to except it and tolerate the bumps along the way. ... (12 replies)

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