have rsd/edema in my left hand i have gotten nerve block shots twice a week for two years they dont work any more the edema is moving up my arm its getting so bad the doctors dont know what to do they want to amputate my arm and i dont know what to do any more please helpView Thread
does your rsd/edema get worse when it gets cold out. mine has gotten really bad since it got cold out. i have rsd/edema in my left hand and now the swelling is moving up my arm and the doctors cant help me any more they want to amputate my handView Thread
have rsd/edema in my left hand and i have been going through this for over two years and the last couple of months it has gotten worse the swelling is moving up my arm the doctors cant help me any more they want to amputate my hand...every thing ur daughter is going through is happening to me i hope this is not forever but it seems like its getting bad i hope your daughter gets betterView Thread
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