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thematrix777 Patient Expert

North Las Vegas, Nevada
I am disabled with RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) for several years now. It is a relatively... Full Bio
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Apr 24 2010 by thematrix777

Rather than take a "suggestion" by a nurse, I would talk to the doctor personally. Don't let it go on too long.

I can think of a million problems that could be causing your pain. Back pain is a common problem but the cause of the pain can be from many places.

I'm not a medical professional; just an educated patient like you. Please don't delay finding out what is causing the problem. Delay in treatment can lead to serious complications.

Apr 23 2010 by webbleswabble
I am having lower back pain like in the lower part of my buttock.  Hurts to stand up and walk and now walking almost bent over.  Starting having cramps and don't really feel good.  I was told by a nurse that it could be a pelvic infection.
Feb 03 2010 by thematrix777

Starting Friday, Feb 5, I will be hosting a weekly radio show called "Living with RSD". I will be covering topics that pertain to Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) but also many guests will be discussing the special issues we all face with any chronic illness. Please join us to listen or call in to talk to the guest and hosts.  Call in number: 347-884-9691

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