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... it to hard to type anymore. I have been having Ketamine infusions with Dr. Prager at UCLA I started the end of July with a 3 day and just had another single day infusion on Oct. 15. ... (65 replies)
... I wrote my post about possibly doing the Lidocaine infusion and thought I'd hear from her, but didn't. ... (11 replies)
... As far as the infusion therapy, I was reading about that this evening. I don't know if anyone in Ohio does that. A Lidocaine infusion seems pretty simple, and so less invasive. I'm a nurse, so I have a lot of medical knowledge....probably more than I really wish that I had at this point. ... (39 replies)

... First name???? of doc id u can??? and ddoes he accept medicare????? What a miracle for yopure [email protected]!!!!!! :bouncing: I'm jumping for joy for youre wife. I can only hope that I can get my hubby in there. And pray for it. Since he is getting no relief here. And copis christy tx is just a few hours drive from where I am. I'd do anything and everything if I could get my hubby... (22 replies)
... she's had full body RSD for about 5 years, and 3years of the blocks, lidocaine infusion, ketamine infusion, drugs of every type, injectables, hardcore narcotics. ... (22 replies)
... e Says They Only Work In The First Stage Or 1st 6 Months, After That Its Causing More Trauma To The Spine And Likely To Do More Harm Than Good. Have You Tried A Lidocaine Infusion. My Doctor Wants Me To Spend 5 Days In Icu And Have This Lidacaine Infusion Run, I Would Also Go To P.t. During This Cycle. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the update. I hope this infusion lasts a while. Let us know how Joey's doing when you are able. ... (6 replies)
... surgery was done however, I experienced a different type of pain after the surgery which is continuing as of todaty. I'm diognoised for having RSD and receiving lidocaine infusion every week .I need to find some medical proof that the carpal tunnel could lead to RSD.Please help me. ... (3 replies)
... I'm in the UK and from personal and shared experience, when the ablation works it's cracking, when it fails it's time to give up and find something else. Here it is done once, then at 3 weeks, then 3 months then at 6 month intervals. I missed my 6 month surgery as they refused to do it since I had the flu, they rescheduled me in and due to waiting lists that was three... (5 replies)
... I cannot wait. Right now sitting and waiting for my lidocaine infusion. I am going to Philly from Canada because I want to try everything possible. ... (35 replies)
... Michelle, did you have the 5 or 10 day infusion. How often do you go back for booster (more infusions)? Did you have crps1 or 2? i have crps2. most articles i have read are on crps1 and ketamine infusions. it's nice that you don't need as many meds. did you stay on your meds at regular dose while having the infusions? i agree i am new to rsd and i am surprised i havent... (65 replies)
... I didn't see Dr. S the post before me did and they also had the lidocaine infusion. ... (5 replies)
... that is my chance at getting better. I just tried a Lidocaine Infusion. Praying it lasts. ... (5 replies)
I am sooooo angry
Feb 26, 2009
... Hey Everyone, Sorry I've been out of touch - wanted to say something I learned recently about the PM community in San Diego - I recently asked my PM doc about OP lidocaine infusion in the San Diego area and he said "than he's not aware of anyone that does them in the area for CRPS because there is no proof that they work so insurance companies won't reimburse for the... (12 replies)
... Hi Deb, That's great news! I can't wait to hear about your results! Sharon :) (12 replies)
... Rose, That's such wonderful news! Do you mind sharing the name of the physician? Thanks! Lissa (12 replies)
... I don't have any insurance and never will. I can't get it now because I have the dreaded "pre-existing condition" and even more importantly, even if I could get insurance I wouldn't be able to afford to pay for it! is wonderful for the working poor. LOL Hugs, Karen (12 replies)
... Karen, When the doc called me this morning, he said he checked with the hospital and insurance does cover them -- That's why I'm going to see the doctor and discuss it. I wouldn't be able to pay for it either. I hope you had a good nights sleep, it's almost the weekend -- HOORAY! Deb (12 replies)
... Nope not me. I'll never, ever be able to afford to have them. I struggle just to get my 2 meds every month! I believe it's Michelle that had them done and they've helped her a whole lot. I'm sure she'll post here when she gets a few minutes. :) Hugs, Karen (12 replies)
... Hi Karen, Can't remember -- Have you had one? If so, can you tell me your experience with it? Thanks so much! Hugs, Deb (12 replies)

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