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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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... I am sorry to hear your going through a tough time.. I know it seems like you have this black cloud over you.. Try to hang in there.. Our goverment is very tough.. ... (11 replies)
... that's for sure, I've met my fair share of them. Fortunately for me, I'm a very strong person who can take pain way more that I can take being sick. I learn how to do that a young age when I had my car wreck which left me with my right arm broken completely into which also sever the sensatory nerve in my right arm. ... (11 replies)
... Wow you are one strong person!! I'm glad you finally found a dr who would listen and figured out what it was. I keep thinking I dont have it either, because my case also is not nearly as bad. ... (11 replies)

... I haven't written a post in a while, because I honestly thought that things were finally working out for me. ... (11 replies)
... Stephine...Sorry to read you have had RSD for eight years...mine has only been 9 months and sometimes it feels like 9 years. I know what you are saying about being a control freak.. ... (28 replies)
... OMG no!!! That is not right!!!!! ... (5 replies)
How is EVERYONE???
Sep 24, 2004
... It's great to hear from you again. I certainly hope that your doctors can get to the core of whats causing the cancer in neck bone. I hope that the injury from the gas station heals and your case goes sucessful. Congradulations on the new car. ... (31 replies)
How is EVERYONE???
Sep 24, 2004
... IT'S ME SKOOZE!!! ... (31 replies)
Surgery & RSD
Jun 6, 2006
... HI Laurie! And welcome to the boards. I was ready to sign off, because my hands were giving out, and your post stopped me dead in my tracks. I too, have RSD in the upper left extremeity from a work accident as a waitress. I am right handed, how about you? ... (11 replies)
... Don't apologize! We all understand the need to vent and get it out. That's why we're all here. We know how it is and we feel safe to vent to each other rather than keep it in where it will hurt more. At least that's the way I see it anyway. ... (13 replies)
... I hope they find something for me to .I miss the way I use to be.I feel my whole world is turned up side down.I been to about 20 doctors and I think they know nothing about RSD.I just would like a life thats pain free.My problem is the lawyer I have. ... (12 replies)
Jan 3, 2009
... I tend to think that you do have type 2 RSD and that all your hard work doing your own PT has put your condition into a milder state.. ... (6 replies)
Dec 28, 2008
... the exception of having a burning pain in the back of my wrist when I turned it for any reason. At first, I attributed it to the way I was holding my hand after surgery, but I soon learned this was not the case. ... (6 replies)
... This is crazy but I started with angina nearly a year ago. ... (3 replies)
HI everyone
Jul 10, 2003
... I was thinking its been so long since I've been here, I'd kinda bring you all up to date on whats been going on... ... (5 replies)
... I've had RSD for 5 years now. I can't really say I ever lost my joy, my zest for living. Anger at WC and their "docs" drowned out quite a bit for my 1st year. It was hard to think of much else except surviving second to second. ... (9 replies)
Oct 22, 2003
... I posted this at the tail end of another thread, but its important to me that you actually see it, and it didn't get lost in the shuffle, so, im posting it directly to you here! I hope you dont mind. ... (7 replies)
... sorry you have to go thru the surgery crap.i just recently had to have two surgeries on my RSD knee. ... (7 replies)
... partner does for the other. You are raising the bar world wide and give 'HOPE' for those of us who wonder if that kind of coupling exsists anymore. ... (5 replies)
... The "usual" treatment at the start is nerve blocks,meds and pt if needed. Nerve blocks are used to numb the nervous system essentially and hope it brings pain relief. They are good when the pain is still sympathetically maintained. ... (12 replies)

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