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... Well I don't know why as I have told my doc about this and he never says why, but mine does and I thought maybe something else was going on like menopause, but when I read this post, I was relieved to know that I was right and it IS the RSD. Thanks for that. I like it when I'm right! ... (3 replies)
... allodynia I have had to slowly find out for myself by experimenting. By the way, allodynia is severe pain as a reaction to things which would not normally cause pain eg. breeze, light touch, clothing, sweating, cool air. ... (4 replies)
... Tomorrow after a month and a half wait I am finally going to see a neurologist. I am scared but excited at the same time. ... (0 replies)

... Sorry to take so long getting back to you. And you are more than welcome for the reply I sent you. We all need to stick together. Emotional support is key when you are battling this war. ... (11 replies)
Cold Sweats....
Nov 11, 2007
... I just signed on this site hoping to find something that speaks to the increased sweating that I have been having. ... (7 replies)
... I think your doc is making things up.. the sweating I am told is a part of the sympathetic nervous system.. ... (11 replies)
Greetings!
Feb 11, 2004
... Yeah I've had the sweating every since I came home from the surgey. I have an appointment with the PM doc this week. I have to talk with him about the increasing pain in my R arm anyway. I suspect he'll probably want to put another leg on the SCS into my neck, but I'll talk to him about the pump too. ... (10 replies)
... up I'm dripping. I sit to watch tv, not moving at all, and out of nowhere it begins on my head and works downward. ... (6 replies)
Sweats/Chills
Dec 26, 2006
... Boy someone did some research. This post was started in 2003!! I was looking through some of the names, and I guess this was way before my time. ... (16 replies)
... This sweating thing is so strange! I sweat on my upper lip all the time since rsd. Doesn't matter what time of the day, it comes and goes. I also seem to sweat when I sit down to eat dinner. My husband laughs at me. I sit down, start to eat, next thing I'm fanning myself. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Michelle, I have a failed 2 level lower lumbar fusion. It was 1 year ago on the 19th that I made the worst decision of my life. I have rsd because of the back surgery. When the numbness wore off in my back I had the burning in my foot and still could not feel my calf. ... (6 replies)
... Maybe we could call you Nurse Swank. I read on your other thread, before your baby hit the send key, about your nursing and medical background. ... (35 replies)
... This is an excellent question. First of all no RSD patient will have a day of rest or any improvement unless the pain is effectively suppressed with the help of strong pain medications, nerve blocks, and large enough doses of antidepressants. ... (10 replies)
DMSO and NAC
Dec 28, 2003
... I guess, I just don't agree. Blocks are NOT worth a shot as so many on this board have stated though they continue to get them. Their side effects are quite serious. Repeated blocks can result in very serious conditions. ... (16 replies)
... Sorry to hear about the pain you have been experiencing in the last couple of years. ... (34 replies)
... Sunny! Our community has it's own pool that gets soooo warm during spring thru fall. In the winter it's heated. With the encouragement of a friend thats a personal trainer, I gradually got myself into the warm pool. ... (28 replies)
... hot oatmeal and hot tea and it just gets it going terrible. Have to shuck off top and stand out in the cold air to calm it down. Mine is mostly around the head and torso, but even in bed I am chilled , put on covers only to start the oven going and have to throw them all off. ... (11 replies)
... crps in my left leg and do get sweating. My doctor has told me that when your body is in extreme pain all the time that your sweat glands grow and you can make more so that your body can try and "sweat out" the pain. There is not much that can be done about it either. ... (11 replies)
... levels because the first one failed. I think the cervical is a separate issue but it is pulling my whole spine straight. ... (5 replies)
... Check out the list of side effects for zonegran that I am pasting below. I'm not taking it anymore. ... (8 replies)




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