:confused:My Doctcr has told me I have Erythomelalgis and there is no cure. I have been on so many meds and so far nothing has helped. I have had this for about four years but did not know what it was until Oct,2008.
You can get eroythromelalgia in different parts of you body, and mine is in my feet. Some people have this and it will come and go mine is constance. I have burning feet with intense pain. I try to walk and it is so bad can't do it. My feet will swell and turn bright red. I am hoping that some one out there that has this could give me ideas on how they
treat their problem
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