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... Ok so you don't have to have the nerve actually cut in order to get nerve damage,there are a few different types of nerve damage that can come with surgeries. ... (4 replies)
... Not being a doc myself, I don't think any of us here can tell you whether the numbness is permanent or not. It's something only your doc can tell you or try to anyway. ... (6 replies)
Jan 2, 2009
... Yes,it can come along due to nerve damage and without it. Sometimes people get confused because of the bazillion names for rsd and then add the words type I and type II. ... (6 replies)

... I was attacked over 2 weeks ago leaving me with damage to my eye, a broken cheekbone and bad numbness to the right side of my face. The numbness is till with me and Im not getting any feeling back. The numbness was caused by my being punched, fracturing the cheekbone and damaging the nerves in my face. ... (6 replies)
... he ring finger side of long finger. Also, if I lightly press on median at wrist, pain is felt in the tips of the two affected fingers. I hate touching paper and towels. These symptoms are not what I had for carpal tunnel syndrome prior to the surgery. The hypersensitivity is much less since the therapy last spring. ... (8 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......if you're taking any of those meds it does not mean that it's the cause of the neuropathy. ... (32 replies)
Dec 29, 2003
... I have been using DMSO and NAC for the last three days. While it is too early to make a definite ascessment. ... (16 replies)
... Internal medicine, and a great guy. Anyway, could not remember last tetanus shot I had, it's been years, so he reccomended a booster. ... (5 replies)
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... As much information as you can give would be more helpful for the people on these boards that know a lot about rsd and different symptoms that come with it. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for that Lissa, my face is definately not paralyzed, its got all the normal movements and I can still feel heat, cold and slight pain on it. ... (6 replies)
... cold and touch so it sounds as though your nerves are intact. I hope that in time you will gradually regain your feeling. ... (6 replies)
... I didn't have the fractures that you do but I had severe bruising and lacerations that went completely through my facial tissue. Where I was lucky, and I hope that you are also is that no critical nerves were severed. They were traumatized which caused my face to be numb just like you are describing for months. ... (6 replies)
... First I just want to say I am sorry to hear that your going through this.. Being attack is scary enough.. and I hope you can over come it all.. ... (6 replies)
Jun 19, 2008
... I was in an Auto accident yrs ago when I was 16.. I had injured my left eye and face really bad.. I had numerous of surgeries on that side.. from the injuries and surgeries I experienced a lot of nerve damage.. I experienced numbness, itching, pins and needles.. ... (7 replies)
... Sensory nerve damage can produce tingling, numbness, and pain. ... (15 replies)
Surgery & RSD
Jun 12, 2006
... I AM SOOO CONFUSED!!!!! For the last year and a half Doctors have been telling me that I have RSD in my left forearm and hand caused by Nerve Damage. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks so much for the replies. Laura, that's great that your pain has lessened and that you have more strength and you said, exercise helps a lot. Marcia, I'm so sorry to read about all of the pain you have and about the atrophy in your hand. ... (6 replies)
... I have nerve damage from an epideral I had in 1999. ... (1 replies)
Pain Levels
Oct 6, 2008
... RSD and CRPS are the same thing. RSD is the old term and CRPS is the newer term. Type one means there was no nerve damage involved in the injury that led to this and type 2, there was nerve damage. ... (25 replies)

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