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Old 02-08-2010, 02:15 PM   #1
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:43 AM   #3
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Dear sir/ma
I have been suffering from this burning sensation all over the body since 2008. Doctor told me that i have ulcer after a scan, since then i have been taken ulcer drug but the burning is still there.

medical history:
Before this problem started i do have this back pain along my spine in fact i can't sit on a chair for too long. i also had some medical test and the result was bacterial infections, which i have been taking antibiotic with doctors directives. i need advice on what to do, to end dis medical pains.

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Welcome to Neurotalk.

I would like to invite you to our Peripheral Neuropathy forum, and make another post with your questions and concerns.

Please tell us more detail...what drug(s) you took and are taking now.

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Hi guys, I had SCS surgery in December 11.my CRPS is in my left foot.I am still having severe pain around the surgery sites.Cant do much of anything.Still on crutches and in wheelchair.I would love to hear of fellow scs implant people.Im in UK and had my scs surgery at The Walton Centre .my neuro nurse check up is in August...any advice etc
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Hi All

I have chronic testicular pain and sciatica.

Really hurting and hopeful too. They want to activate tomorrow but there's no way. I can barely get out of bed.

Looking for folks willing to share their experience, strength and hope.

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Paindude,have had chronic groin pain following nerve damage from a vasectomy 10 years ago,after various op's tried and failed got fitted with a scs on the 13th of this month,9 days in and it's working a bloody treat.Need settings changed as it's targeting the 3 areas all at once so need to be able to adjust them individually.So have an idea of what your going through,be intresting to swap stories/info should you wish.I'm a private person and there's only a hand full of close friends and family that know my full situation and have never had the chance to talk to another who has simular problem.
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