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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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... I am 32 years old. I have heard of systemic RSD. It just keeps spreading. I feel like that's slowly happening to me too. For me, most of the new sites don't feel as bad as the primary ones. ... (10 replies)
Referred pain?
Sep 2, 2003
... Hey Nakona, glad you asked about systemic. I thought I read somewhere that in such a percentage of cases rsd spreads, but can't remember what it was. ... (13 replies)
... last posting and what Marcia wrote today and I can't agree more strongly with her. I used to be a Paramedic and was on my way to being a Physician Assistant when RSD jumped onto my body. PLEASE go to see a doctor or someone about your infection. It needs to be someone who knows about RSD. ... (21 replies)

Whole body pain
May 4, 2013
... I am NOT a doctor, I like to research and I too have systemic CRPS symptoms including organ involvement, I would suggest you check out this and other research articles. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Beth, what are your current treatments? Unfortunately CRPS, while tending to be regional(ized) is now hypothesized to be a systemic pathology that commonly spreads (particularly when un/undertreated): Maleki J, LeBel AA, Bennett GJ, Schwartzman RJ. Patterns of spread in complex regional pain syndrome, type I (reflex sympathetic dystrophy). Pain. 2000 Dec... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the RSD board. You will find that there are many people here that are going through the same thing you are. ... (12 replies)
... I noticed that you mentioned your RSD was going full body now. ... (8 replies)
... an of care includes medication, pool therapy, physical therapy, psychology dr, pain behavior modification, pain hypnosis, relaxation techniques, and intermittent systemic drug infusion or blocks. ... (14 replies)
... Thats a hospital stay with a IV, produces a systemic effect. ... (2 replies)
... I have had RSD for 10 years,i was able to get the pain under control after a series of blocks and treatments with in the first year of my original diagnosis. ... (12 replies)
... It's action is more complex but it has shown systemic effects when applied topically. It again should begin action within seconds but it's systemic effects may, apparently, take some time to manifest. ... (7 replies)
... back down through both legs and into my feet. I had the Intrathecal Infusion Pump put in last October to help distribute morphine throughout my body because my RSD had become systemic in all limbs along with various attacks on my organs. ... (18 replies)
... I wanted to see if anyone has had any luck with having a morphine pump implant to help control their RSD pain? ... (6 replies)
... With each invasive procedure you do, you run a greater risk of making the rsd worse or to spread. And with each block, they work less and less. ... (2 replies)
... Also, have you noticed any localized or systemic side affects in the last three years...I would very much like to try could I find out the name of the pharmacy? ... (5 replies)
... i guess i don't know how to start a thread on this, i tried and nothing happened. anyway...i have had 4 surgeries for crohn's disease and this last one has just about killed me. i got out of the hospital the 5th of april this year. just got out the other day and was in for a week. i'm having all kinds of problems. numbness in several of my fingers (thumb, 1st and middle... (17 replies)
... Oh, I forgot - no mention of a bone density scan either. Thanks! (17 replies)
... Hello Everyone, I've had my SCS box since March of 2002 and it has help me to be able to walk around my office more than I was able to before. You will be sore for the first few weeks and you must do everything that your doctor tells you to do. This is very important so that you don't cause anything to move out of place from the surgery. Below is a summary of what I... (14 replies)
... If you post a pump question on the pain management board you will get many responses there.Alot of people who post there have these.wish I could be more the way, considering the location in your C spine where your biggest problems are, it very well could be the SNS damage that is causing some of your symptoms.Unfortunetly there is not alot you can really do as far... (17 replies)
... Hi Maria, I have had a pump with morphine and bupivacaine for the past four years and it helps me tremendously. I am off all oral narcotics. I do have MSIR for breakthrough, but haven't needed it in a long time. I think the bupivacaine helps more than the morphine does. It's similar to novicaine and marcaine and is kind of like a permanent block, with no numbness...although... (17 replies)

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