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... First of all.,congratulations on your writing and getting published!! That is very exciting and you should be proud of such an accomplishment in the midst of the turmoil of RSD and the WC quagmire. ... (14 replies)
New to rsd
Oct 23, 2008
... Like Rayfaye said, you are very lucky to have had this diagnosed at such an early stage. You could very well be one of extremely lucky ones and have the RSD go into remission for a very long time. ... (5 replies)
... My ankle was so painful today, I had to leave work and go to my P.M. doc's office without an appointment to get a shot into my ankle. It is so hard to walk lately..it gets worse and worse every day.. Thank goodness she agreed to see me. I showed up in the waiting room and she found time for me. ... (9 replies)

... Thanks to all for your replies! I am feeling alot more mobile since wearing the boot as you can imagine how my back was feeling hobbling along on crutches (head to toe pain!). I have also been instructed to move around my foot and toes as possible. I truly think I have stage 1 and a very mild case. When I go for my follow-up appt tomorrow with the Podiatrist, I will have him... (6 replies)
... I do agree with everyone you should be seen by a PM but also you need to see a neurologist to be DX. I think the nerve block is the right course of treatment to start out with.. Waiting a week is not long at all.. Gives you time to get your thoughts together.. Just soak it all in.. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Tuki! Thank you for sharing your experiences. Let me share with you that I, too, have RSD in my right hand. Although it is actually from my shoulder to my hand, the hand is what gives me the most trouble. ... (37 replies)
Rsd and work
Feb 19, 2007
... for those of you diagnosed with rsd, how do you manage to do it? ... (10 replies)
... sometimes i worry if i have bone cancer it is so bad! ... (35 replies)
... ble shoes and good insoles or orthotics. The damage has been done by steroid injections for the most part. Anyway, that just stinks that a doc told you your pain is in your head. When you hear a doc telling you your pain is in your head, you don't walk, you run out of that doc's office! ... (15 replies)
... Hi...I was diagnosed with early RSD back in January, following a car accident. It started in my left knee and I've had two nerve blocks and 4 lumbar epidurals for sciatic pain since then. ... (9 replies)
... Aloha Cathy and welcome to the boards. You are one lucky girl to be dx'd early. It must mean that the Medical world is becoming more knowledgable out there! ... (9 replies)
... days ago and now I feel horrible. I am waiting to see a specialist but it can take awhile, meanwhile I don't know what to do because my neurologist doesn't know how to treat the RSD, so I am going over her head and today I called a pain managment place and asked if they are familiar with RSD and she said they are. ... (1 replies)
... where the pain signals don't want to shut down. From what I've learned, the trick to improvement is to get the SNS settled down as soon as possible, getting it back into a normal pattern. ... (6 replies)
... This is a kid that is not at all wimpy. ... (25 replies)
... id, your symptoms do sound similar, but i don't know if any of our symptoms just all of a suddan popped up like yours did. So hopefully your doctors can rule out RSD some how, I'm sure if you've read the sticky posts at the top of the page, or even just some of our more recent posts, you'll be wishing for something else. ... (6 replies)
... it came out normal, before I closed my work comp case. But I don't trust the crooked Doctor's out there when work comp is involved. ... (12 replies)
... lready knew. We have done physical therapy day in and day out. When she hurts, we walk. We do aqua therapy, heat therapy, TENS Unit and parfane wax dips. She is on no meds at this point except Motrine every 6 hours. All of this works together and seems to control the pain at least for her to be as normal as she can be. ... (10 replies)
... st be some sort of process that you can appeal or plea to workers comp to try to get to see one. Also, tell him that the Lortab isn't working and remind him that RSD is the most painful chronic pain condition a person can have, and ask if he can prescribe something stronger for you. ... (6 replies)
RSD and sports
Mar 30, 2004
... I'm sorry you have this "thing" at such a young age! When I was first diagnosed almost 4yrs ago, it consumed my every thought! What I have learned is do whatever you want to do to toleration. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry to hear your pain is back up. How long did the block help? ... (8 replies)




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