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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)
... my right foot from a really bad ankle sprain. I am very fortunate in that it was caught very early stage. I was treated with low dose gabapentin and PEPT and my CRPS went into remission within 6 months. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, RSD is for life. There is no cure but there is remission. Remission is a complete lack of any pain or symptoms of RSD. Being diagnosed within the first 3 months is the best hope of getting it into remission. ... (17 replies)

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... Hi holly, Its wonderful to hear that you are in remission from such a painful condition as CRPS. ... (2 replies)
... Because the sooner the diagnosis adn treatment, like with blocks, the sooner it goes in to remission and easier to get into remission. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, Guysgal. Glad to hear of your CRPS/RSD remission. As for advise, it may not be so bad to have to modify your career due to a work injury. However, losing your health & ability to function would be (so bad). CRPS/RSD may be related to fear (bio)chemicals, as well as physical trauma to nerves, as a link has been found with previous PTSD/ emotional trauma & the development... (5 replies)
... d okay when i had car accident. The unloader brace ramped into the knee when I was rearended forcefully and damaged branches of the saphenous nerve. Now I have CRPS which left me completely immobile for a while, now on drugs and water therapy but still have burning sensations. ... (10 replies)
... My CRPS is in the foot, and we have been working on gradual desensitization. Visit one was sitting and placing both feet on a cheap towel. The CRPS foot felt the texture of the towel to be much more pronounced. ... (1 replies)
... I do take Cymbalta for CRPS in my hands. It is really hard to tell if it works bcuz I also take Topamax for them as well. ... (11 replies)
... I did not realize you have CP as well? So you have CP and CRPS? Or is it just CRPS? We have to help ourselves sometimes. I tried all kinds of the drugs they wanted me too, only because I am working with work comp, so they have to pay for anything my pain specialist-Dr. Prager recommends. I also see a psychiatrist so he was prescribing me my pain pills, as Dr. Prager says... (13 replies)
... first three blocks worked for a couple months each. Fourth didn't work at all. Fifth, and I'm pleased to say last, injection was in February of 2009 and I'm in remission bilaterally. Praise The Lord! ... (1 replies)
... Hi sue, I'm newly diagnosed with CRPS type2 as well a month ago. I'm scared and confused as well. I had an ankle dislocation and fractured tibia and fibula in 2009. ... (17 replies)
RSD/crps flare ups
Nov 12, 2013
... at Gleneagles Hospital. He helped me. Unfortunately, I don't live in Singapore anymore and am working with a doctor here in Thailand that seems to not believe my CRPS is coming back. Having suffered it before, I think I know better than he does at this time. ... (48 replies)
... I saw on one of my posts that jewlz asked you about wearing a boot I don't know if you responded but in the beginning my pediatrist had me where a boot it's was very big and heavy and there was a pump so I could put air in it but it didn't help he would inject steroid into my left foot I did this 3 times then he said I need corrective surgery on my tendon 2 weeks later when I... (38 replies)
... urophysiological and serological investigations pointed to an association between the two conditions. The patient fulfilled the criteria for both diagnoses, i.e. CRPS and LB. The subsequent antibiotic therapy resulted in a complete remission of both clinical entities. ... (0 replies)
Cymbalta for CRPS?
Jul 27, 2011
... occurred in March 2011. Diagnosed with CRPS in May. Had first nerve block on June 28th and am getting a second one in a week. Had very positive response to first one. ... (11 replies)
... I am sorry to have misled you. I am in the end stagge of crps, no turning back now. I have met people that have sworn they no longer have crps. (5 replies)
RSD/crps flare ups
Nov 19, 2013
... Have you had multiple nerve block or an extended nerve block treatment? For me it took 3 seperate lumbar nerve blocks over about a 3 month period to push it into remission. It went away first and second time for a few weeks, then gradually came back. The doctor was going to conduct an overnight, 24 hour nerve block treatment if it came back after the third treatment and was... (48 replies)
RSD/crps flare ups
Nov 19, 2013
... A lady who sees the same doctor I see has been in remission for 6 years. She had a mild case, but she has not even turned here SCS on except every couple months to check the battery. ... (48 replies)

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