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Old 03-18-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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RSD and Dental Work

Dentists should not be performing procedures on people who have rsd/crps. They need to be aware that any invasive procedure can cause the RSD to spread. There is no cure for RSD/crps. therefore patients must be proactive in there own health care. If Dental surgery is needed it is recommended a 24 or 48 hour sympathetic nerve block be done. before and after. To calm the nerves so they dont travel to the injection-invasive procedure site. This tramatic surgery can cause the rsd to spread in that area. Leaving the patient now with another uncurable site to try to correct. The pain is like someone injected you with SHARDS of glass lined in HOT thick gell. It feels like it is on fIRE ..every second of your life. it never goes away. Walking, sitting. sleeping, moving, dressing. driving. bathing or showering, Anything touching the effected body part is INSAne pain. any surgery, or invasive procedure needs to be treated with extra care. Or...that body part will then have this painful feeling and there is no cure. One must be careful not to hurt themself. an injury can cause RSD then it can spread throughout your body. Even to your organs, eyes, Doctors need to be informed before touching your body if you have been diagnosed with RSD or CRPS

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