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 03-09-2008, 03:56 PM #1
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hey all,

so i had the scs implanted in me on friday and so far so good i guess just

really sore and kinda bloody. i am also really tired with al the drugs and

everything.. thx 2 all of u that gave me well wished and prayers i truly

appreciateit all. i do believe that all that helps. so i guess i am doin ok i j ust

cant wait for the sx pain to go away so can c how much relief i actually get

for the trail i had bout 40-50% relief and if i cood get the same id b thrilled

thast for sure. also i want to b able to take 1/3 less the meds that i do that

was another goal of mine. lol so thankx again to all of you out there that r

helpin me thru this with all the thoughts and pryaers. i hope to get messages

from u all again
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YEAH STACIE!!!


I do hope you get GREAT relief from the SCS!!!

Please let us know how you are feeling and remember to take it easy while you are healing up!!



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thank you and i will take it easy cant mess this up now lol
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Default Hi Stacie,

I do hope that this SCS does the job. It will take you awhile to know I am sure.

I was thinking of you and was wondering where you were. I'd forgotten about your surgery and just remembered it when I reread your other post.

A lot of people have gotten good relief from the SCS, I hope you will be one of them.

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welcome to the forum stacie, from another michigander...........

i hope that you get some good relief with your scs.........frank has an scs, he had it put in at U Of M in june..where do you go?

let your body heal from the surgery and don't do anything you are not supposed to be doing......rest, relax and don't over do it........

hopefully you will be able to lower the oral meds....frank is hoping the same thing.......

again welcome to the forum......and i hope that you are staying warm and cozy and away from all the snow...............grrrrrrrr is it ever going to be spring????????? (we are actually in florida right now but are heading back to michigan the end of the month.) not looking forward to the snow..................
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Default Hi Stacie,

This is my friend I wrote to you about in the PM. The woman is a mine reader, I mention her and she shows up.

Hi Gramma, glad to see you posting too.

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i am glad to hear that u 2 r stayin warm and that frank is doin well i go to michigan pain consultants and had surgery at spectrum. so all my hopes r high just hopin not 2 high lol so well c thanks for all the kind words and good thoughts
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