I have been dealing with a burning pain in my left shoulder over the past 8 years that radiates down my arm. After many MRIs, ultrasounds, and a stellate ganglion nerve block, my doctors told me I had RSD, or Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.
A few months later, I started having intense pain in my left leg, hip, and lower back. MRIs came back normal. I have had trouble sitting, walking, doing everyday activities. The pain increases in the evenings. None of my doctors have addressed the pain since.
I went for a second opinion, and they told me they didn't believe I had RSD.
Now, I'm not only in pain, but I can not get through a day with out taking a nap, and if I do more than sit in a chair, I am out of breath and physically exhausted.
I'm a 27 year old female. I can't stay awake, and have trouble breathing. I thought the pain was bad enough.
I have muscle spasms in my left leg, arm, in my back and neck. Tension headaches. I have a normal BMI for my height.
Any answer would be better than nothing at all.
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