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pain radiately in other parts of body

nancynnancy Posts: 37
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:24 AM in Chronic Pain
Hey Buddies, I have a question and maybe you can help. I have been suffering for over a year now. Pain mostly in lower back & hips but now moving into abdomen area and sharp pain in both sides of my waist. Can anyone relate? Oh also in neck. Thanks, Nancy.. I am 52 years young.
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  • Thanks so much for your input. It sure is good to know that you are not suffering alone. Sometimes I think I am going crazy but with friends like you, it is all so reassuring and helpful.
  • What does your doctor say about your pain?
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  • Thanks again for helping me. I went dor a discogram a month ago ( a procedure where they tests some of your discs). It showed that the three discs ther were testing were all damaged. I also found out there is some spinal stenosis going on as well as spondyloletesis (which I have had for years but of course has gotten worse. Surgery was concluded was not an option. I am now waiting to hear from neurosurgeon to see if there is anything they can do. I pretty much have accepted that it is something I will have to live with (with some days good and others are not). It does get discouraging as I am not working (luckly I am currently on disability). I do get bored and also pissed off as my occupation was in health care as a N/A working mostly with seniors. Now some days I cannot even look after myself, sometimes a shower is a challenge as I cannot stand for very long. I take trimadol in am. then regular tylenol throughout the day (could not handle t-3's) Mind you I just took one as today is my birthday and hopefully I will enjoy it. I also take diclofenac 3'xs a day. Anyway, thanks again for your interest & support. Hope you a lovely weekend. Nancy
  • That last was supposed to be a smiley - must have done something wrong!
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  • The key symptom of CRPS is continuous, intense pain out of proportion to the severity of the injury (if an injury has occurred), which gets worse rather than better over time. CRPS most often affects one of the extremities (arms, legs, hands, or feet) and is also often accompanied by:

    * "burning" pain
    * increased skin sensitivity
    * changes in skin temperature: warmer or cooler compared to the opposite extremity
    * changes in skin color: often blotchy, purple, pale, or red
    * changes in skin texture: shiny and thin, and sometimes excessively sweaty
    * changes in nail and hair growth patterns
    * swelling and stiffness in affected joints
    * motor disability, with decreased ability to move the affected body part




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  • The key symptom of CRPS is continuous, intense pain out of proportion to the severity of the injury (if an injury has occurred), which gets worse rather than better over time. CRPS most often affects one of the extremities (arms, legs, hands, or feet) and is also often accompanied by:

    * "burning" pain
    * increased skin sensitivity
    * changes in skin temperature: warmer or cooler compared to the opposite extremity
    * changes in skin color: often blotchy, purple, pale, or red
    * changes in skin texture: shiny and thin, and sometimes excessively sweaty
    * changes in nail and hair growth patterns
    * swelling and stiffness in affected joints
    * motor disability, with decreased ability to move the affected body part




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  • Do you have this crps....
    Question..... The coker changes, in legs can this look splotchy as as red or purple they looked kinds like poor circulation would look? Curious!
    Does abnominal pain cause you nausea?
    Good luck!
  • at your age there are so many things that could be .i would also recommend that you have a CAT scan that should rule out many nastiest.the 50s is a very risky age for new things starting in males and females don't ignore any symptoms.and also don't panic just because i have said what i have said i am just stating facts and alerting you to see your doctor
    STRAKER
  • Now my problems started when my low back pains started, pain radiates from my spine into my tummy, I'm doubled over with pain, I have nausea and sometimes hurl. I am not in my 50's though, not that that is a bad thing. As a freind once said to me when I hit 39, "It's better than the alternative". I must agree.

    But I should have a doctor make sure that there is nothing else going on that I have mistaken for being caused by my back pain. Just in case something else happened to happen at the same time and is a coincedence. I do believe that it is due to my back though since when it hurts worse, my tummy hurts worse, etc. etc.



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