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Posted by John Ogden
on July 18, 2000 at 16:46:20:
In Reply to: Re: RSD in right arm posted by ROSE on July 10, 2000 at 22:07:04:
: Dear John,
: : I have no advice for you, but hopefully a little encouragement. You will get through this. You just have to keep believing that you will get better one day soon. Don't give up!
: : Denise Dear John,
: I have RSD on my entire right side. The tremors are the worst. No Doctor in my area knew about RSD until I was in my 3rd. stage. I suffered from exstreme depression. I've learned on my own to keep active. Look at yourself as "normal". Its hard but you can do it. Do easy exercises ever day. move..move..move. As one source on the net said. "Move it or lose it." Things have to get better. Rose
Hi Denise and Rose,
Thanks for the advise and the support. I have just got put out of work entirely now. I have been getting the tremmors down my right side. Thaat made the mill very nervous and desided that it would be best to stay at home.
I am going for a Bone Scan in a week. I have been and still going to therapy. I am on 1200mg. Neurontin, 3 times a day. 100mg. Ultram every 8 hours. And perks for the bad times. The tremors are the painful things. I feel for you Rose.
I wish they would have found it sooner in me. I had the injury almost a yearago now. But they only figured out what it was a few months ago. From what I have read so far I am realy bummin.
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