My Dr said I can not have c.r.p.s. because it's only in my left foot and he sees no evidence. I've had it in my foot for 10 years. The sensitivity is horrible at night, keeps me awake. What do you guys do?
My pain is widespread and all over my body. I started with pain in my left shoulder and then progressed from there. I've been in pain for approximately 19 years and a lot of times, it's almost unbearable. I don't enjoy my life because all of the things I loved to do (especially being with my horses) causes me more pain. I've lost interest in going out with friends, going to parties, etc... I don't want pity, nor do I want to ruin other folks days when I'm miserable. I think that as long as we have this forum to speak to folks all over the world with different kinds of symptoms but all in horrible pain and suffering, we can get through together. I try to come on here every day... Please write if you're feeling like you need some help.
Im sorry to say that your Dr hss no idea what Crps is and what it does. I would find new. I have it in my right toe. After hernia surgery i got nerve damage in my hip and now have it there. It has spread down my right leg to my left foot half way up. My daughter has it in her left toe and after her 2nd nerve block it she now has it in her right. Lucky my 2 nerve blocks went well. But after my hand surgery 3 weeks ago as soon as i woke up i instantly had pain in my right side. Ask if you have questions. We have a link on fb people and its nice to people who have it. Its alot of help. Keep talking and asking questions.
Hey I have CRPS in both arms and legs and can't agree more it's so annoying but I'm more affected by the flare ups than the everyday pain. I can't cope with my flare ups. Have any of you been to the royal national hospital for rheumatic diseases in bath or any other rehab facilities? I'm curious have any of you ever gone to a & e due to the crps before if so what happened? I really hope you are all well as possible.