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Wifes ever growing CRPS condition

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Old 09-20-2019, 04:29 PM   #1
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Confused Wifes ever growing CRPS condition

I am a my wits end. Our pain management doctor has her on meds and she has a Boston medical implant for her right side. I have read that she needs to move to keep joints and circulation in her legs, but I am also told as little activity as possible and to care for her on every level. Her moods are getting bad and quite.
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Hi jmb2014

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

I am sorry to read about your wife's CRPS; it is something that I have no personal experience of.

You could post in the CRPS forum here (https://www.neurotalk.org/reflex-sym...rsd-and-crps-/).

Other members may be able to offer you support and helpful suggestions.

All the best.
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