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... ter and returned to work after a few weeks. 6 months later I began to experience pain and swelling and for the next 7 months most of the symptoms associated with CRPS on the entire left side of my body primarily my left arm. The doctors did all sorts of tests but never came up with CRPS as a diagnosis. ... (5 replies)
... I'll definetly look into that. ... (4 replies)
RSD/crps flare ups
Nov 19, 2013
... sure that with SCS I would go into remission, boy was he wrong. I just have new issues. ... (48 replies)

New to CRPS or RDS
Mar 10, 2007
... er it hurts or not. I am also doing some exercise. I do take Nuerotin but I do have Lyrica but it just doesnt seem to help me as well as neurotin. I hope it does go into remission, I was just on the cusp of hitting the second phase. Can remission last avery long time? ... (11 replies)
... e what the health care is where you live and the abilities you have for your treatments and well being. Lumbar nerve blocks can be very helpful in making the rsd go into remission but most of the time it needs to be done within the first 6 months of pain or diagnose. ... (28 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I've had RSD for 18 years. They're telling us now that RSD will not go away, but can go into remission. When I was first diagnosed, I was told that it would go away...the my doc didn't know anyone who had had it for more than 10 years. ... (10 replies)
... ine. If they get the right spot AND you have sympathetically maintained pain, your foot will get warm and red. If they measure the temp in your foot, that should go up also. It is possible to have RSD which is sympathetically independent. In this case, a block wouldn't help. ... (5 replies)
RSD/crps flare ups
Nov 19, 2013
... I know the feeling when attempting to stay on my feet, it was the same. Driving was a huge problem because mine effected my right foot for the first few months, but then it just switched after the 2nd nerve block to my left foot and left hand to some extent. My nerve blocks were chemical/anesthetic blocks. My doctor spoke of a continuous injection treatment for 24 hours or... (48 replies)
Jan 5, 2011
... for me. So a year ago. RSD takes a different course with everyone. But For some people if they can get physical therapy and nerve blocks soon enough the RSD can go into remission, I wasnt one of those people. but the spinal cord stimulator works good for me. ... (7 replies)
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... of people who get RSD. Being diagosed so fast means there is a great chance of getting it into remission. I'll go into that in a minute. ... (17 replies)
... I'll try and keep my story short. In may of 2007 I was working and had a t.v. slip and fall into my leg. It crushed all my nerves and detached the top of my knee from the bottom of my knee. ... (8 replies)
... If you dont feel good about your pain mangagment doc and want a second opinion , go for it.. thats why there is more then one in your area adn your insurnace will cover it also. And yes a Pain Mang. ... (12 replies)
... for an extended period of time. Whatever kind of remission that is it isn't a great prospect. Of course, I can't even mention the site if I found it! I really hope that is not the case. ... (6 replies)
... I have always been able to touch on own CRPS areas. Others can't. I know exactly where and how to touch them. ... (5 replies)
Hello Everyone!
May 3, 2003
... I agree with both of you, Cattys and stickgirl. The problem with WC and CRPS is that the WC does not know enough about what we suffer from nor how quickly this illness changes for one single individual. ... (14 replies)
... disorder but remember everyones body reacts differently, someone who ends up with a black limb does not mean that will happen to everyone. Some people will have crps spread and some won't. The same with remission some people can go into remission for months even years and some of us will never go into remission. ... (5 replies)
... I for one am glad to see that someone is having success with a treatment. I get excited to see someone getting better and hope for all of you that it will go into remission. Just as I keep some hope for myself, but yet knowing that even though I've had this for 10 months now, there isn't much that will help most likely. ... (12 replies)
... RSD into remission. ... (19 replies)
New and confused
Mar 19, 2006
... CRPS is first suspected, so hopefully it will go into remission. I didn't have luck with my blocks either, but it had been 2 years before wc approved them. ... (2 replies)

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