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 06-08-2020, 09:14 AM #11
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That's great information - thank you!!! Did you stop before surgery b/c you can't take it with opioids? Or was there another reason? Just curious as I'm waiting on an ortho appt for what I suspect will be a knee replacement, ugh . But I can't walk on it and have had 4 surgeries already so...ya know...
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I stopped, because it is a requirement . I assume, because it could interfere with anesthesia and possibly if opioids are needed after surgery. I am sorry to read you are facing more surgery. Its too much. Much too much.
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I am struggling with 2020. Two diamonds in my wedding ring were cracked in late January. It is insured so no biggie there. I took it in for repair. They had to send it to the mfg. Then Covid hit. I still dont have it back. My TKR was cancelled due to Covid. 6 more months of this year to go, It can't end soon enough. Thanks for asking and allowing me to vent my little rant.
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Who'd have thought we'd have a pandemic on our hands to top it off.

I am taking things day by day, but what else is new?
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I am struggling with 2020. Two diamonds in my wedding ring were cracked in late January. It is insured so no biggie there. I took it in for repair. They had to send it to the mfg. Then Covid hit. I still dont have it back. My TKR was cancelled due to Covid. 6 more months of this year to go, It can't end soon enough. Thanks for asking and allowing me to vent my little rant.
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I'm sorry you're struggling so much. 2020 has been one for the record books...and not in a good way, ugh! I hope you get your ring back soon!!

I think I need a TKR but going to try hyaluronic acid injections to see if maybe they'll buy me time first.
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