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has anyone ever heard of being diagnosed with crps after a baby?

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Dr. Aj Rastogi
17 years experience Pain Management
Possible: Crps/rsd is a problem that occurs (many types spontaneously or after minor trauma) that activates nerves that control the sympathetic system (fight or flight system). It can change the physical structure of the limb involved resulting in dry/scaly skin, loss of hair, muscle atrophy, mottling of skin color, and colder/bluer digits. Definitely seek out a pain specialists as soon as possible.
Answered on Mar 26, 2013

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