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... I have an amazing doctor who has been treating me for my RSD however I feel like we're running out of options and it's not getting any better. My Mom suggested going to the Mayo Clinic to see if they have any ideas. ... (1 replies)
... Now, I know there is a study going on, trying to link RSD to Autoimmune. My Mother has about 3 types of Autoimmune disorders and she is beating herself up, saying she gave this to me. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you for your warm welcome. I will check out the Mayo Clinic thread. I have three doctors and my physical therapist who are all fairly sure that I have RSD, but how do you really know. ... (8 replies)

... I myself saw THE DR OF RSD and he said I never had RSD. but 10 other doctors, say I do. My neuro went to school at the mayo clinic too! ... (13 replies)
... will simply burn out but there is still controversy among doctors about whether CRPS1 often spontaneously resolves, but then again it hasn't been that long that RSD spread was formally documented... ... (6 replies)
... Kim. I am not going to a pain clinic yet. ... (13 replies)
... that is more money in his or her pocket. I know this sounds cynical, but cases like this actually happen, just like cases in which someone who actually has RSD is diagnosed as not having RSD by worker's comp doctors because it is in their best interest. ... (21 replies)
... one knows why one person's RSD spreads to other parts of their body while another person's doesn't. ... (14 replies)
Rsd???
Apr 28, 2004
... more than at any other time. Some people have burning right from the start. I guess I am trying to convey that it is different for everyone. If your doc suspects RSD and there is no other explanation, I would move forward with treating the RSD because it is an ugly monster that can get out of control very quickly. ... (8 replies)
... ays sad to hear of someone so young dealing with RSD. From everything I read in your post even though your doctors may have different philosophies about treating RSD you are getting the standard treatment for it. It's a shame you can't get a block. Is you PMD afraid you'll be allergic to the marcaine used in the blocks? ... (14 replies)
... if he is familiar with RSD and sends you to someone who understand it that is good. As far as I know you should take the Neurontin on a scheduled basis. ... (12 replies)
... I have left hand and wrist RSD as a result of two surgeries. ... (10 replies)
... on are all symptoms. Other symptoms include depression, short term memory problems, and a disrupted sleep pattern. If you go to the thread that I started for the Mayo Clinic you can read the list of symptoms, tests and treatment suggestions. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, just saw your post. I'm in Marble Falls, about an hour away. I'm seeing a doctor in San Antonio who does ketamine infusions for RSD. I haven't started yet, but plan to. Did you ever find anyone? (1 replies)
... I have had rsd for three years and in this time seen at least 15 different dr.s,most recently at mayo clinic. It appears that nobody seems to understand the severity of my condition.Right now im using family dr. ... (0 replies)
... Hey Everyone, I found the following information published on a neurologist's website. Although I've read on many other sites that there is an emotional aspect to RSD, this one explains why. In a consoling post to me about my crying jags Aly told me that she felt she had gotten a personality transplant when she got CRaPS. Well, this explains how. :eek: They're coming to take... (14 replies)
... First of all, if it is RSD, DO NOT LET THEM AMPUTATE!! RSD is a nervous system disorder. Your hand and elbow are not the culprits even though that is where you are feeling all of the pain. ... (34 replies)
... My husband also has RSD and is dealing with Worker's Comp. He also sleeps in a recliner because his back hurts too much to sleep in bed. ... (2 replies)
... RSD does affect the limbic system, ergo the emotions, and is sometimes one of the diagnostic criteria for RSD. But I don't think a person would only have RSD of the emotions, so to speak. RSD is a very painful disorder of the sympathetic nervous system where the nervous system overreacts to a pain stimulus. ... (2 replies)
... I'm so sorry you're facing all of this, especially at such a young age. My RSD is in my hand so I can't help you with info about a block for leg RSD. Others on the board should be able to explain the procedure. ... (11 replies)


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