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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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... 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)
Do I have RSD???
Apr 30, 2004
... nerve pain in my toes and ball of foot, hypersensitivity to touch, inability to move my toes, and swelling on the bottom of my foot. ... (20 replies)
... it could be nerve damage which can take a long time to heal. she said something about the blood having to be absorbed back into the body and the nerve endings trying to heal and close the vein. She said it's really nasty stuff when doing IV's. ... (3 replies)

Do I have RSD???
Apr 30, 2004
... Thanks for responding to my question. First of all I would like to say I wish you the best of luck and will keep you in my prayers. ... (20 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)
... ely 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. Slowly my feeling did come back. ... (6 replies)
... Pain Management doctors are generally anestheiologists who understand the nerve and pain pathways. Like anything else there are specialists in RSD treatment. ... (9 replies)
New to me
Mar 1, 2009
... First, I am so sorry you had to endure such a terrible accident! It must have been excruciating. I am glad for you that that much of the damage has healed or is healing well. The nerve damage sustained may take longer to heal, as it only happened 6 months ago.. ... (11 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)
... both caring for partners who are temporarily disabled, and both trying to hide our RSD symptoms while playing caretaker. ... (16 replies)
... Once, I, too, suffered severe Type II Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy to my right foot and entire right leg up to my hip which presented itself after auto accident injuries stemming from both fractures and a ruptured plantar fascia in my right foot. ... (2 replies)
Jun 18, 2008
... I appreciate your response. I have been really depressed about all of this. I have seen 3 drs. since this happened and have spoke to drs on here too. the drs that I have seen have said that it is a minor nerve injury and it will heal in time. ... (7 replies)
... ple of days later it turned bright red, then white, then kind of honeycombed. one night the severe burning pain kept me up all night. my gp finally referred me to an orthro man 3 months later who referred me to a pain doc. they both said rsd, my primary said no way. i underwent many lumbar blocks maybe 10 all total. ... (2 replies)
Jun 20, 2008
... That tingling feel probably is from anxiety.. I know they that RSD is the worst pain ever. To be honest I have had worse.. My opinion I think its more of a chronic pain.. Issue.. I mean there are days where my pain is way off the scale. ... (7 replies)
Jun 19, 2008
... en 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.. some symptoms in some places of my face healed within months even weeks other took yrs.. ... (7 replies)
... So CPS that I asked about in my thread is a separate entity as I thought the question I had is does anyone else have this but it's turned into an argument (33 replies)
... Ok, so here is what Wikipedia says about it and before I copy and paste it, I just want you to know that there are two different ICD 9 codes for this. Sorry, I used to do medical billing so I am used to this. ... (33 replies)
... times trying to jab the catheter in and it was awful. also, he put way too much lidocaine in, which supposedly can damage nerves, too. he tore my dural sac surrounding my spinal cord, ripped through some nerves, and ripped through a nerve root sac and damaged those nerve endings. ... (35 replies)
... I was given 100 mg, capsules, and he told me to start out with one before bed, and if I tolerated it well, then take another in the morning, and build gradually up to 2, 3 times a day, which is 600 mgs. ... (12 replies)
... commented it could be the nerve trying to heal itself. ... (5 replies)

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