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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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... due to instability and random dysfunction of vasomotor tonus. This is one of the factors that explain the SIP nature of CRPS after a few months. ... (8 replies)
... What are the differences between EMG and nerve conduction test and how do both these tests help to differentiate between CRPS Type 1 and CRPS Type 2? ... (19 replies)
... Ben, Thanks for your reply. I do not know what I was thinking when I thought that anything could make this better without any risks. I was so focused on the hope that I could have some normalcy and to be able to use my hand that I forgot to think about the possibility of it spreading. I am so sad that I did not find this board sooner. There is nothing in the better than... (25 replies)

... the thing is,with RSD,not all symptoms will actually show up in all 'victims".I did not actually get any big color changes with my knee til just recently and my Dx was made like a year and a half ago.i now get these reoccuring 'dots'. ... (6 replies)
... rmal" side of my body. My foot only appears shiny when it's extremely stretched with edema, but otherwise I would say that the skin looks normal. It's only the knee that looks shiny most of the time. ... (7 replies)
... lling is visible to others and it "moves" throughout my entire limb. Sometimes it's more pronounced in the foot, other times it's visible from foot to above the knee and the skin appears shiny. Then there are other days where the swelling is not as pronounced or outwardly apparent to others. ... (7 replies)
... Dear Tigerlily11 and Lissa; I want to thank you (and everyone who has reply) very much for your comments, it really means the world to me that you take the time to welcome me and answered to my post. Right now I feel like I have accepted my condition (a little) and I'm doing as much as I can to take care of it. it is so amazing how your life can change completely in a... (19 replies)
... Blondesan, Not only does the ice cause constriction of the vessals, thus the blue and more pain as you already know, but the TENS unit can cause further pain in many CRPS/RSD sufferers also so be very careful with its appliction. I have been told by both of the physical therapy and Pain Management Physician teams that I have been to (hubby relocation) that it is ALWAYS up to... (11 replies)
New and confused
Mar 19, 2006
... CRPS is a horrible thing that I wouldn't even wish on my worse enemy. It sounds like he could have had some form of RSD before the knee replacement. RSD occurs when the path of normal healing doesn't work. ... (2 replies)
Question about RSD
Oct 10, 2005
... g to check out Lycria. The think that worries me is the fact the arm is immobile. That is not good. The muscle will atrophy and I believe this helps cause the CRPS to spread. I had it in my knee, it spread twice, but reverted to the original site because I forced myself to go to the pool and move the leg. ... (19 replies)
Foot Nerve Block
Jun 19, 2005
... Hope this reaches you before you have the procedure. I have RSD or CRPS in my knee. ... (3 replies)
... ut me on stretcher but it took 4 hours for anyone to even come look at me although I was crying. Finally, doc walks up and asks what is wrong. I tell him I have CRPS or RSD and the pain is intolerable. ... (4 replies)
... I am 26 and developed CRPS after a mortons neuroma surgery in my foot. I had a delayed diagnosis and a doctor that just didnt beleive me. ... (7 replies)
... I'd too would like to express how important it is for Shelly to keep her knee mobile. Did this doctor refer her to a physical therapist? ... (7 replies)
... 'Do you still have CRPS'? - My son doesn't have RSD any more - we're just careful because there are still some residual weaknesses. He was young and apparently it's easier to recover, but he had it from c 8/9 years old to c. 11 and has been clear for 2/3 years now. It is possible that he was misdiagnosed since the hospital treatment was incredibly unproffesional and... (7 replies)
... Yes, I had the scs placed in last June with the hopes of helping me and curing me of RSD/CRPS. Well, around seven weeks into the scs I started noticing more pain. Oh, I'm sorry, my RSD is in my foot/ankle. Unfortunetly, it started to spread up towards my knee. Let me just say that without the scs I would not be able to walk or even attempt to place a shoe on, but I can... (25 replies)
Update/recap
May 21, 2006
... it was horrible at first and spread to other knee and after a surgery for melanoma on same leg, increased to point I cried constantly. ... (10 replies)
... Have you tried Epsom salts in your bath? Also, sometimes a heat pad will provide some relief. I was diagnosed about a month ago and am awaiting to be treated via Calmare. I was fortunate to have a great pain management doctor and orthopedic surgeon who were able to diagnose me immediately. My husband and I were also calling their offices nonstop regarding my pain, which was... (4 replies)
... This is spreading into my left leg and elbows and wrist now. My knee looks very different from the left one. My bones hurt at times. Am I two late or did they get this early? ... (4 replies)
Another Newby!
Apr 30, 2012
... on a dislocated knee for six weeks. The pain initially settled but then flared and has remained ever since. ... (11 replies)




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