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... Your last question that I am going to answer first is that unfortunetly life as you have known it before will never exist again. Let's say it is a figment of your mind. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Jim and welcome to the boards. We are few on here, but lots of support especially when it comes to being a man with RSD. I was hurt back in Nov 2005 at work with a sprained ankle and has had the "monster" travel up to my knee. You are not alone in your pain. ... (9 replies)
... Hi. I have had RSD for 2 years now and I'm just curious as to what everyones life is like with RSD? ... (6 replies)

... Your post really moved me and I thought I would respond. I have had RSD for 5 years now and it has spread to all limbs. I have insurance and I still live in pain so I am extremely impressed with your ability to put up with the pain. ... (8 replies)
... actually I was injured when I was unknowingly pregnant with my 1st. ... (15 replies)
... Ben is correct, once you are infected with RSD via foot, arm, etc...your life will definitely never be the same. I'm with Ben, RSD Sucks!!!! My RSD started in 2000 via my feet and spread through both legs then into my lower back. ... (6 replies)
... e pretty rare. have they ever done an MRI on his full spine just to really see if there is something more behind this, just considering the hip involvement along with the spasticity issue? ... (35 replies)
... causes pain. That really does defeat the whole purpose. Any treatments are supposed to help. When something causes you more pain, you're further stimulating the rsd which can lead to bad things. ... (30 replies)
... Believe it or not our own family Dr. saved me from going beyond stage ONE with this RSD. He had the brains to send me to see someone he knew and she sent me to someone she knew and he was a life saver for over a year. ... (9 replies)
... This is something with no cure and the treatments include physical therapy to keep the limb moving. Don't baby it if you can help it, as you heal. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the boards. I'm sorry to hear that you have RSD. It sure is a life changer. I'm in Colorado so I am not familiar with doctors in Mass. ... (7 replies)
... o have sensitivity to touch to have rsd. I didn't at the start of it all. All the other symptoms sound like rsd. You also don't have to have color change either. RSD effects everyone differently. It's the biggest reason I wish docs would stop reading the dang books!! ... (13 replies)
... I agree with u. My first 9 months were just as bad as yours. The doctor is still trying to get my medicine regulated so that I won't sleep all the time. ... (6 replies)
... My suggestion would be to print out some of the RSD stuff, specifically the ones that have symptoms listed. ... (4 replies)
... your family. There are medications out there that will help manage the pain. There are also outpatient procedures that will help alleviate the pain associated with RSD. He needs his family now more than ever before. ... (21 replies)
... First of all I'm so sorry that you are having these problems and have been diagnosed with rsd. It can be a hard disease for most people. ... (8 replies)
... pump that helps me tremendously. I have morphine and bupivacaine in it and the catheter is in the spinal area so that's where the meds go. The bupivacaine helps with the sensitivity, temp and color changes and the pain. I've had this pump for 5 years and wouldn't give it up for anything. ... (9 replies)
Men with rsd
Aug 19, 2006
... Good to see there are other men here as well. I was with another forum for a long time that was predominantly women. That was okay but I did feel a little left out at times. A little about myself, My name is Mark. ... (5 replies)
... I guess the answer to your question about living pain free with RSD is no. There is no magic pill. It's just the way you look at life and come to acceptance that gets you through it. I've had RSD for 6 years plus, am a single mom, and have 2 girls 14 and 19 now. ... (8 replies)
... Welcome. I am sorry that you have been dealing with RSD for a year with such little help and information from your medical community. You would think we're still living in the dark ages! ... (11 replies)




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