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... I am 19 years who has CRPS from age 10. I have had synapthic lumbar nerve block at l2/l3 with steriod infiltration transforanial block. This treatment did not work for me at all. Pain increased terribly for 5 days, unable to move position sitting, laying down & getting up from seat.... Spine felt paralysed but is not. Then pain reduced back to my usual crps pain. (15 replies)
... I hate to say it but it probably is from the nerve block. ... (2 replies)
... I hate to say it but it probably is from the nerve block. ... (2 replies)

... Thanks for everybody's help with my difficult time with my 3rd lumbar nerve block...Gaollan, thanks for your vast knowlege and willingness to share it with every topic under the sun..you are sooooo kind.. ... (32 replies)
... The EMG 's are not very friendly. I my self had them on both feet and shoulders. Not pretty. I have nerve change in my lower back that they say will effect my left knee but as of yet hasn't happened. ... (32 replies)
... Johnathan is right! When they talked about doing surgery on my ankle that has the RSD, the first thing they all agreed on is that they were going to do a nerve block within ten days of the surgery and do a block before starting the surgery. ... (15 replies)
... ally simple too. I actually knew the answer already but just in case I was wrong...I looked. You know when the pain is SMP if you respond, even a little bit to a sympathetic block. Your pain is SIP if you get no or very, very small relief from a block. I found a short article in Science Daily that did a small study of SMP and SIP. ... (32 replies)
... Usually if you show improvement or any type of relief from the blocks its SMP.. Then they will direct the therapy at the sympathetic nervous system.. ... (32 replies)
... So sorry to hear of your diagnosis...it stinks!!! I have had three nerve blocks. The first one I did was WONDERFUL!!!! It lasted three months! That was the best three months since my diagnosis 10 months ago. ... (15 replies)
... he's going to do a nerve test on my arm to check out my ulnar nerve .. ... (32 replies)
... Thank you! I try to keep explanations simple. LOL I know about the block making things worse. Holy cow my experience was......it was.....horrific! I was a wc case and they decided over a year into it that I HAD to get a block done. I didn't want to but they told me if I didn't, then I wasn't "cooperating" and they'd cut off my checks and docs. I wasn't getting any meds so... (32 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with CPRS/RSD in my ankle/foot. I had 2 nerve blocks in the L3/4 area. During the first block I felt a deep pain when he did it. Then after, I didnt feel right in my pelvic area on my right side. This happened on Feb 10th. On Feb 14th I noticed that I had swelling and pain between my hip and bikini line. Where your underware would sit if you were wearing... (2 replies)
... So far I have 5 lumbar sympathetic nerve blocks. I was set to have a series of 3 this past week on 3 consecutive days. ... (0 replies)
... I just had my 2nd lumbar sympathetic nerve block. Wow!! Just like the 1st one, it didn't last long, at the most about 8 hours. ... (2 replies)
... I had my first Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block on 6/28 and it greatly improved my foot, which has CRPS. My pain decreased, my ROM increased, and within a few days I was walking about with minimal discomfort (as opposed to intense pain). My question is, how frequently should I be getting these blocks? I've heard of some people getting them close together, and others... (10 replies)
... Walleye, you're right when you say that trying to rejuvinate the nerves brings up "waves of the uglies!" ...and those wacky, zingy, zappy sensitive nerve endings in the ball of my foot. aarrgh, I can barely walk.. ... (32 replies)
... I looked up causes for neuropathy and listed,among others, is nerve damage,meds like lyrica,cymbalta,Duloxetine hydrochloride, Pregabalin and other meds. I must insert a caution here...... ... (32 replies)
... Tigerlily, Once my RSD got diagnosed, my doc wanted me to see a neurologist because I had some nerve damage in my left foot/ankle. I had lots of numbing in my foot (on the bottom, where my incision is) so that's why. The neurologist ordered a test called an EMG on both my legs -- Holy cow, it was NOT comfortable. At times, it was even painful. During the test, they kept... (32 replies)
... I would think the lidocaine will work regardless. It's not being injected into a nerve bundle, it's actively working on the nervous system and "deadening" the nerves. Michelle can correct me if I'm wrong on it. ... (32 replies)
... My RSD started in my left knee, following MVA in January 2006. I had lumbar sympathetic nerve blocks done and had the lower back pain after, as well. It's fairly common to have pain because it's invasive. ... (5 replies)


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