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... spread to my left hand, across to my right foot and calf. The burning is like sticking your leg in a fire. I was prescribed a Topical Compound from the Dr. at Mayo in Arizona. They confirmed my diagnosis that my foot dr. feared. After trying nearly everything, and acupuncture 3x's a week since Dec. ... (22 replies)
... ve is not regrowing together and this is it, I am done, no more. With each surgery the pain increases as well as spreads. I have seen at least 8 Drs. about this crps type II. 4 were pain Drs. that have treated me with loads of drugs. Very few drugs have worked but most have the side effect of forgetting things. ... (7 replies)
... Hello Julie, Hope you are doing well. I'm not sure about the dark spots, she just told me to compare my right metatarsals to my left and l could see the dark spots. I think they are demineralization(Osteoporosis) though. I get my bone scan Friday. And yes I'm sick of going to dr. and dr. one telling me this and one telling me that. I can't believe it's been 4 months with... (14 replies)

... Hello Katie and Welcome! Sharon is right about CRPS I & II and RSD. You can read a little about this at the Mayo Clinic CRPS web page (the link is in a thread which is a sticky note at the top of the page). Whatever they label it, it's a painful condition and I'm sorry you're dealing with it. I hope you find some relief. Hi Todd. Are the dark spots areas of... (14 replies)
... thanks for the pm doc list. Would they still see me even though another doctor in the Mayo clinic system there has said I don't have RSD? ... (13 replies)
... The mayo clinic website can be very helpful too. They have a lot of good information on different treatments that can be done and the results people get from them. ... (28 replies)
... available therapies, at best, oftentimes only make the pain bearable for many CRPS sufferers," said Ronald E. Harbut, assistant professor of anesthesiology, Penn State Hershey Medical Center. ... (24 replies)
... Here is a controversial recent Mayo Clinic study abstract. ... (6 replies)
... ovide more specific insight into what's wrong. Reading a lot about questions on nerve damage, nerve conductivity, small nerve fibers, acute vs. chronic syndrome, CRPS I vs. CRPS II, etc... ... (27 replies)
... My daughter's CRPS pain went from an 8 to a 0. Yes, a 0! When we heard about Dr. ... (27 replies)
... For more information on tests and treatment available for RSD I recommend you go to the Mayo Clinic thread that I started and go to the Mayo Clinic CRPS document in the link. ... (1 replies)
... eveloped into chronic pai syndrome that is to my understanding similar but harder to get my nervs to calm down anyway maybe I'm thinking to much about it but the mayo is a good place and I do have to be able to trust someone . ... (33 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)
... WEBMD and the Mayo clinic agree that stage one is 1 to 3 months so that would put me in stage 2. Will this get worse or will it get better? ... (4 replies)
... We'll see how this nerve block goes today. This will be her second. I am pretty sure I'll be calling The Children's Institute and maybe the CRPC at the Mayo clinic later today. I am too worried that these incompetant dr's here are just making things worse. ... (4 replies)
... Dear ddd15 There is an excellent article in the new RSDSA Review periodical that came out today regarding RSD and children titled "Hope for Children with CRPS: The Mayo Family Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Center (PPRC)." It is located on the Waltham, Mass campus of Children's Hospital Boston. The RSDSA has an excellent web site with some great research articles. ... (10 replies)
... There is a sticky thread at the top of the page titled "Mayo Clinic CRPS link". It has a lot of information about diagnosis and treatment. ... (16 replies)
... There is a group in Plano that is strictly composed of people with RSD, and the info on them is below: The RSD/CRPS Association of North Texas For Sufferers of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, A Chronic Pain Illness, their Families and Friends. Meets every Friday from 10:00AM to 11:00AM at Columbia Hospital, Plano TX. For Further Information contact: Jo Nell Fulwiler at... (7 replies)
... There is a lot of great information in the Mayo Clinic CRPS aticle that you can get to by going to the sticky note thread at the top of the page. ... (6 replies)
... There is a thread I started with a link to a CRPS article by the Mayo Clinic. It outlines the different treatment options for RSD and it might help clarify things for you. ... (10 replies)


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