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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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Vitamin B & RSD
Dec 18, 2003
... The dystonic syndrome is another subset of RSD. This syndrome involves movement disorder. It used to be thought that RSD was just a painful condition and that it didn't affect movement at all. ... (42 replies)
Vitamin B & RSD
Dec 14, 2003
... the ears and other side effects. I do have some ringing but it's okay with me because I don't have any other side effects. You have to find the drugs that work for you. ... (42 replies)
Vitamin B & RSD
Dec 14, 2003
... RSD is what the text books call it. RSD is what we have all been diagnosed with, but what exactly is RSD. The text books describe RSD by it's symptoms. The latest definition is CRPStype1. ... (42 replies)

... the time seeing this practice, while I complained about the nerve pain and swelling they could see...nothing was ever mentioned about RSD. we saw a huge facility for orhopedics near my house and decided to give it a try....the doc immed said "Possible RSD" and prescribed meds and physical therapy. I've seen my PT 3 times... ... (18 replies)
... Thanks for the information, Karen!! ... (10 replies)
... Thank you for the information about the ice...I thought it made me feel worse! ... (11 replies)
... sorry for the terrible news. I was diagnosed about a year and a half ago, now completely medication free and very little pain in my CRPS limb. So, there's hope! ... (3 replies)
... much of anything. Im on a fixed income so bi therapy, acupuncture, homepathy, anything like that I can't afford to try. I take a lot of Epsom salt baths. Thanks for suggesting the Jello. I stopped using the ice packs anywhere cause I was told it would cause the CRPS to spread. Maybe God will send my body healing soon. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for ur reply. ... (11 replies)
... welcome! I grew up in Alabama, traveled to Florence every other year for swimming. I share your frustration. I live near San Francisco and I am willing to travel for physical therapy. ... (11 replies)
... en where you're at. It's a sad fact that it won't go away and unless you go into remission, you'll need the meds. I recommend taking grapeseed extract. It's good for a lot of things and may help prevent or at least slow down spread. Vitamin C is good as well. ... (64 replies)
... and as of late I've been doing warm water aqua therapy in a 92 degree therapy pool one or twice a week which has been sooooo helpful, both physcially and mentally. I work full time and I have bad days and horrible days and some good days. ... (4 replies)
Nov 20, 2003
... I hope that your son will be feeling better. As a mom myself, I know how hard and frustrating it must be for you to see him like this. ... (7 replies)
Nov 19, 2003
... also affected so he has a diuretic too. He has had one Guanethidine block early on, which he still believes started the spread, but of course we don't know that for sure. Until recently when he had shoulder and chest problems his pain levels were manageable. ... (7 replies)
... Been gradually able to increase the walking for a couple weeks and even started wearing socks again last Saturday. ... (3 replies)
Nov 13, 2003
... The latest treatments here are for hyperbaric oxygen therapy and doses of Vitamin C. You know the chambers that divers enter when they have the bends? ... (8 replies)

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