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Old 09-20-2019, 06:51 AM   #1
annabanana123
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Has anyone here had hardware removed in their CRPS limb? I saw my ortho yesterday and one of the screws is about 1/2 out so I'll be having them all removed. The initial surgery is what triggered my CRPS and we will follow the protocols for surgery w/ CRPS but I'm wondering how you all fared. Did you need an increase in pain meds for post op management if already on opioids? My PM says I will, of course, but curious what everyone's individual experience was. Thanks in advance!
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