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RSD-CRPS. Chronic illness rsd crps. What life is like with Chronic Pain. Life with CRPS. Pain.RSD/CRPS November Awareness Month. Please stand for the vision of love, and wear orange for the month of November!!! RSD/CRPS is a neurological disease with pain as its first symptom, and skin and muscle dystrophy. It is more painful than childbirth, cancer, and amputation. Don't let those with this disease fight it alone, #standforthevisionoflove. #wearorangeinnovember #mymomisaspoonie @darcyjett

RSD-CRPS SYMPTOMS CARD because knowledge is power ! A lot of people do not relize that when you have one illness that usually you have others that go along with it. People with Chiari 1 Malformation usually have this also.

Wouldn't it make things easier if our pain charts were a little more like this? I think so!

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More accurate pain chart for chronic pain sufferers - I fully agree with it going over because our 14 is probably a normal person's

What life is like with Chronic Pain. Life with CRPS. Pain.RSD/CRPS November Awareness Month. Please stand for the vision of love, and wear orange for the month of November!!! RSD/CRPS is a neurological disease with pain as its first symptom, and skin and muscle dystrophy. It is more painful than childbirth, cancer, and amputation. Don't let those with this disease fight it alone, #standforthevisionoflove. #wearorangeinnovember #mymomisaspoonie @Darcy

"I'm always scared to say how I really feel. No one wants to hear 'It's getting worse.' Everyone wants to hear 'It's finally better.' But what if it isn't? What if I'm lying?" --- Dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and depression is a constant battle.

RSD/CRPS Fact: RSD/CRPS is a malfunction of part of the nervous system. Nerves misfire, sending constant pain signals to the brain. sdw

Free, Encouragement Ecard: RSD/CRPS Fact: RSD/CRPS is a malfunction of part of the nervous system. Nerves misfire, sending constant pain signals to the brain.

Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul Cover Story: Straight Up on RSD - PainPathways Magazine

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