Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD and CRPS) Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type I) and Causalgia (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type II)(RSD and CRPS)

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Old 05-24-2016, 12:20 PM #1
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Just a little one, on my affected foot. I noticed it yesterday. Looks visually much like heat rash would. Not itchy (thank goodness!). In fact I don't feel the rash at all. Today it is moved up from just the toes to on the top of the foot. MAN this CRPS stuff is weird!
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Color changes are a very common component of CRPS. At various points I have also had rash like itchy bumps caused by inflammation from CRPS. It is very strange indeed.
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Early on I had little red dots, lots of them, for a long time, on top of my RSD foot, it was very swollen, the red dots were inflammation, and also one of the many signs of CRPS. It was strange looking, never did itch. Is it RSD HOPE website that gives a long list of symptions?
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i get rashes and sores all the time all over my body from rsd. the latest is a rash on my scalp that i have had for over two years now. as it spreads it makes me lose patches of hair which eventually grow back and then i lose patches somewhere else. rsd symptoms are very weird, but my pm dr told me that he knows of someone else who has the same thing and that there is not much to do for it except wait it out. i was given a cream to help with the itching and burning sores but its not helping too much. just have to wait it out. hope your rash goes away soon. some of mine do like on my back, neck and ears and even in my mouth, but then they come back again at a later time. soft hugs my friend.
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