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... will do lidocaine infusion. What is that like? ... (14 replies)
... I am very happy for you to go in to have the lidocaine infusion. Can i go with you? ... (10 replies)
... trials that show to be extremely promising, and i expect within the next 5 years this method of treatment will be thrown away thanks to ketamine coma induction, lidocaine infusion, and advances in hyperbaric oxygen treatment technology. ... (10 replies)

... I know you are counting your days for your lidocaine infusion. I wish you best of luck for a complete remission. ... (9 replies)
... My dr treats me with a Lidocaine infusion. Its a 5 day hospital stay... It doesn't put me in a coma but it really tires you out.. All you do is sleep the whole time.. I look at it this way.. ... (19 replies)
Lidocaine infusion
Jul 29, 2007
... Anita, I do feel lucky.. Its just such a long wait for it.. They didn't want me to start any new meds until I get this treatment.. Its kind of getting crazy now with this wait.. I rather start the meds and see how they do at this point.. Last time I was suppose to go in.. I didn't have to wait this long.. I wish all of you could try this treatment.. instead of taking... (14 replies)
... More questions for the lidocaine infusion. Is there any long term side effects from it? ... (21 replies)
Lidocaine infusion
Jul 25, 2007
... Thanks Tracy! We all seem to have our tragic story. Hope your husband will find long lasting relief. He seems to be very aggressive with his treatment from the start. Take care! Anita (14 replies)
... is the cream Ketamine?? or Lidocaine?? (8 replies)
... THANKS FOR ALL OF THE REPLIES FROM ALL OF YOU! I'VE LEARNED THINGS I DID NOT KNOW - THIS IS A "GOOD" THING! :) SO MANY SAD STORIES. I THOUGHT "RSD" WAS SOME REALLY RARE DISEASE OR SOMETHING ONLY I (or a few others) HAD. I WANT TO SAY "IT'S NICE TOO KNOW THERE ARE OTHERS OUT THERE" - BUT THAT WOULDN'T COME OUT RIGHT, BUT I THINK YOU ALL KNOW JUST WHAT I MEAN!! TO... (19 replies)
... :wave: Hi - I have been reading all posts on this board for sometime and I can't seem to find anyone writing about "not working" because of RSD and its diabling ways. I started out wrkng full time + for a solo lawyer and my primary job was transcribing; this inturn led to bilateral carpul & cubital tunnel syndromes, and in 5/02 I was placed on Work Comp Temp Disability. ... (19 replies)
... He's still going to the Boston Hospital's Pain Center for IV Lidocaine Infusion Therapy, which has been working well for him now since December I believe... ... (4 replies)
... His Baby Is Rsd And He Acutually Does Research On It And Writes Articles. He Will Not Do Any Type Of Block On Me Due To My Spread Of Rsd. My Only Option Is Lidocaine Infusion At This Point. Plus The Hypnosis, Medications, Ot And Pt. He Has Not Mentioned Medical Procedures Like Med. Pump, Or Planting A Device In My Back. ... (5 replies)
... Joey had his Lidocaine Infusion yesterday and his foot is feeling virtually pain free today....we're hoping it lasts.... ... (7 replies)
... Hi Everyone! :wave: I just wanted to send you all a note that my nighttime job took away our Internet Access this week, :nono: , and my home computer has been out of commission for awhile but we're trying to get it fixed, it's just down on our list of priorities of what to spend $ on right now........ I knew you'd be worried so I wanted you all to know....Joey goes to... (7 replies)
... Last Monday instead of the Clonidine Block we were expecting, his Dr. gave him a Lidocaine Infusion by IV instead....and so far that has worked very well, again his foot went from huge swolen purple and painful to normal looking with little pain! ... (3 replies)
I am sooooo angry
Feb 21, 2009
... He told me that the blocks really are highly unlikely to help me, and the same for the infusion. He told me that the infusion would have to be done in a recovery room of the hospital with a nurse trained in cardiac because lidocaine has many risks. ... (12 replies)
BURNING aching
Oct 7, 2008
... Sorry to a while to respond.. I've had rsd for going on 8 yrs.. I was lucky.. They started me on lidocaine infusions 2 yrs into me having RSD.. It has helped me out so much.. I am just so happy to hear someone else is getting that treatment.. ... (16 replies)
I am sooooo angry
Feb 22, 2009
... Gosh I'd be angry too. It is the lidocaine infusions that save my life. ... (12 replies)
I am sooooo angry
Feb 21, 2009
... red until the dose was correctly titrated to your body's tolerance levels. They hook you up to cardiac monitors and track your pulse and blood pressure while the infusion is done. But they only do it for an hour, once every few weeks, and then switch you over to the oral equivalent. ... (12 replies)




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