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... Evening all, or should say Good Morning? :wave: I can't tell you how glad I am that I found this board.. Even though we each have different areas that are effected with this RSD/CRPS and different pain levels...we are none the less in the same boat. We can learn from each other and that is so good, at least for me it is. When I read what some of you fine folks have... (27 replies)
... camping,hiking,rock climbing,etc to someone who couldn't walk across the floor. This disease doesn't just hurt our bodies but our emotions too. In some cases the crps can spread. It did with me and I've heard of it with other people too. ... (8 replies)
... tingling, temperature and color changes. Maybe they discussed that with you and have already tested, because the Lyrica is prescribed for peripheral neuropathy. ... (7 replies)

... The PM was an anesthesiologist and is the only one on staff at my location, I would have to drive 300 miles to see another one. No one has discussed anything with me, my surgeon's intern fired me (I'm not sure if he knows). From what I've read my medical records, indicate alloydenia, the angeoedema, and the bone around the screws in my ankle is swolen. I've had a 3 phase... (7 replies)
... I was recently given a five page fact and fiction sheet from the Doctor treating me for the RSD. One of the subjects under FICTION, is " CRPS will burn itself out in 6 months. ... (10 replies)
... urontin or Lyrica, NOT good with me. I become a mean, irritable, angry Mom and wife. Terrible experiences. I got dizzy and my blood pressure went UP. I'm finding CRPS is a constant learning experience. I take 90mg Cymbalta. My doc recently upped it from 60mg. Major difference for the better. I take Percocet 7. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I had bunion surgery Jan 12 and immediately following I was experiencing more pain than I should have been. After 10 weeks my bones had healed and fused together however I was experiencing the following symptoms: burning, sweating, redness, pins and needles, numbness in legs. I couldn't take 10 steps without extreme pain and standing or even sitting with my leg on the... (4 replies)
... I am so glad they made lyrica and realize how much it does help us, they just uped my dose from 200 to 300 a day. ... (17 replies)
... Neurontin, Lyrica and a myriad of meds were tried here, as well as mirror therapy. ... (7 replies)
Scheduled for FCE
Jan 24, 2013
... I have tried both neurontin and lyrica. The neurontin was ineffective and the lyrica made me so loopy and panicky I couldn't even remember how to answer my cell phone. ... (8 replies)
... goldenfox please do yourself a favor and look at the long term side effects of cymbalta and lyrica- there are new lawsuits going on about it- go to a prescription Drug forumn or even this one-confustion is a side effect {{hugz}} as far as books- amazon has quite a good supply-web md had a great article last year on CRPS- hope this helps ! (3 replies)
Severe sensitivity
Apr 10, 2006
... Sheri - Lyrica does tend to cause weight increase but I have found if I remain active in the pool and cut back on things like bread and potatoes and butter and deserts, I can maintain my weight (going on a cruise will not help), but you must get some exercise of some kind. The doctor who said it is related to spinal nerves is right in a way. RSD or CRPS is caused when the... (14 replies)
... Thank you so much, the full body angioedema is gone (thankfully), it was an allergic reaction to my copper IUD. The other symptoms my doctor was concerned about are the angioedema in my ankle, a constant burning pain that feels like my leg was doused in gasoline and lit on fire, the hypersensitivity to touch and pain, a loss of temperature sensation, and numbness in some... (7 replies)
... I've been fighting CRPS type 1 in my lower right extremity for well over a year now from my body over reacting to flat foot reconstructive surgery. ... (1 replies)
Pain Levels
Oct 6, 2008
... RSD and CRPS are the same thing. RSD is the old term and CRPS is the newer term. Type one means there was no nerve damage involved in the injury that led to this and type 2, there was nerve damage. ... (25 replies)
... Hi - When I read a post like yours it takes me back to the early days of my CRPS - knee also - spread to other limb - pain unbelieveable - PT also did not work - nor accupuncture, but as I have said many times water therapy in the deep end of a pool with a belt on along with drugs (clonazepam, elavil, gabapentin and Lyrica) has stopped the spread and even reversed it and now... (6 replies)
New and confused
Mar 19, 2006
... rtho sent thim to pain managment because he said that the knee healed perfectactly and should not be having those types of pain. The pain managment doc suspected crps and started doing blocks for the sympathetic? ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I feel bad to hear of your fall. I have had CRPS or RSD in my arm since my injury in 2005. I got off all the meds in June and July and now only take over the counter Percogesic. ... (5 replies)
... Hello! I was diagnosed with crps in 2010, after sustaining a severe compression injury to my brachial plexus resulting in partial paralysis of my right arm from the elbow down as well as my right hand. I had my crps diagnosis delayed by about 4 months because I was in a coma (So nobody noticed my arm was killing me, and I had a tracheostomy preventing me from being able to... (0 replies)
... you to look at the medical literature. I have found little about some of the associated symptoms patients report, and I know it's very difficult to know what is CRPS and what is some other illness or reaction to meds. I don't know about it spreading, only that mine didn't. ... (3 replies)

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