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... In case you didn't see it I posted my reply to your neurontin question under the "!!!!!!!help!!!!!rsd!!!!!" thread. ... (6 replies)
... Ali - It's summertime there in NZ now, right? No wonder your RSD site needs some "cooling down." For those of us in the northern US, we are in a deep chill right now and trying to keep warm! Anyway, re: topical pain treatments, my PMD prescribed "A/N/L ointment." It's a mixture of amitriptaline, neurontin, and lidocaine in a petroleum base. It works well to cool the... (3 replies)
... I too am new here, I have found all the advise and suggestions so valuable. The one thing that I noticed was that a lot of RSD sufferers have been using Neorontin and I decided to ask my Dr about it. We decided, as Rx drugs seem to have a weird affect on me, to try a very low dosage of Neorontin, 300mgs, and only so far for sleeping. I'm a bear without my sleep. I was... (6 replies)

... I'm guessing the "neur" is neurontin and the "lido" is lidocaine, but any idea what "amit" is? ... (8 replies)
... The burn pain is awful..I also read about a natural topical cream called neuragel which has given people relief. ... (11 replies)
... also take Promethazine for nausea since I have to up my dose of vicodin on really bad days and it tends to meake me nauseous. Occasionally I also use ANL Gel, a topical gel that I spread on my arm to ease the skin burning and itch. ... (10 replies)
Aug 7, 2013
... I'm pretty much down to OxyContin 20 mg and oxycodone 10 mg a day for the pain otherwise nothing else I've stopped everything it just doesn't help and even the 2 pain meds I take through out the day only take the edge off but don't remove the constant pain , I'm going to have the spinal cord stimulater put in , if I can get half relief ill be happy this has taken so much from... (26 replies)
Aug 7, 2013
... for topical pain and aid in sleeping helped a little with skin sensitivity... taken off to try trazadone.. mainly to help me sleep.. ... (26 replies)
... I wonder if all those topical prescription ointments and creams to ease the burn and the pain dry out the skin even more.. ... (10 replies)
... Hey Sharon! Yes, it's the PM we share. I see Mary now and I just love her...she's very kind and understanding. I was so was happy to see you're still here. You were a tremendous source of support for me when I first found out I had RSD and stumbled across this board :angel: In fact, (because of your success) I finally broke down and wanted to try the intrathecal catheter ,... (13 replies)
... Hello and welcome to our big family, it seems to have been growing here lately. My name is Andrea, I've had RSD since Januaruary of this year, my cousin pushed me off a bed and fracture my elbow. Two weeks later when they took the cast off there was the RSD from my elbow to my fingers. I was in intensive physical therapy for 6 weeks that worked wonders, tried several... (14 replies)
... convulsant medication is usually prescribed to help with the burning. Examples are Neurontin and Topomax. ... (6 replies)
... There are many topical treatments like Lidoderm patches, Ketamine cream, elamax gel, and over the counter menthol patches which may help with the burning. ... (5 replies)

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