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What is the treatment for chronic phantom limb pain?

What is the treatment for chronic phantom limb pain?

Phantom pain: Yes, you can. However, try to avoid any narcotics to control your phantom pain. Because the narcotics, such as lortab, morphine, tramadal etc, will decrease your endorphine production from your brain and spine by negative feeding back, which will make you sensative to the pain. Acupuncture is an appropriate way to control phantom pain by increase endorphine and and by balancing pain out. ...Read more

Dr. Praveen Mambalam
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Limb Pain (Definition)

Limb pain is a clinical finding in which there is pain in the arms or legs. This can be caused by injury, infection, or other problems that affect the skin, nerves, ...Read more


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I have severe limb pain. It is unbearable. What drugs?

I have severe limb pain. It is unbearable. What drugs?

Limb pain: This may be a condition known as crps (chronic regional pain syndrome). If in the early stages, epidural injections can prove very helpful. Otherwise, see a pain specialist for treatment. ...Read more

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How is phantom limb pain evaluated. Treated?

How is phantom limb pain evaluated. Treated?

See below: There are no blood tests or xrays mris etc that need to be done. The diagnosis is established by the person's history and physical examination. The treatment includes various desensitization techniques such as tapping the limb, massage, using a prosthesis as well as various medications designed to dampen overactive nerves. ...Read more

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7 year old's throat culture positive for mrsa. Headache, stomach pain, limb pain for past week. On clindamyacin. Can MRSA cause systemic symtoms?

7 year old's throat culture positive for mrsa. Headache, stomach pain, limb pain for past week. On clindamyacin. Can  MRSA cause systemic symtoms?

Yes: Mrsa can cause systemic symptoms like a regular infection with staphylococci. Please be sure to complet the course of treatment, even if you feel better sooner. ...Read more

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What causes chronic limb pain after amputation?

What causes chronic limb pain after amputation?

Nerves: Phantom pains occurs after an amputation and is related to the nerves being cut during the amputation. It is unclear exactly why they occur but one of the possibilities is that the brain "memorized" the pain so it is still present even when the part of the body is removed. It usually improves with time after an amputation. If it does not meds to treat nerve pain are helpful. ...Read more

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What are the common causes of chest pain and limb pain?

What are the common causes of chest pain and limb pain?

See your doctor: Could be a problem with skin, nerves, muscle, shoulder, lung, heart, or stomach. See your doctor for a more thorough history, physical exam and further evaluation. If you sleep on your stomach you could have a neck strain that radiates pain to the chest or arm. Get checked out just to make sure. ...Read more

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How can phantom limb pain be treated?

How can phantom limb pain be treated?

Drugs: From a pharmacotherapeutic standpoint, phantom pain can be treated with Neurontin (gabapentin) ot Lyrica (pregabalin) for fairly good results. ...Read more

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Does anyone have information on phantom limb pain?

See below: Phantom limb occurs when someone has an amputation of part of the limb and the person has persistent sensation like the amputated part is still there. This can also happen in people who have spinal cord injury and can no longer feel their extremities. With time, the phantom sensation begins to fade in most people. A small percentage have phantom pain which is much more difficult to treat. ...Read more

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Could you tell me what to do about phantom limb pain?

Could you tell me what to do about phantom limb pain?

Phantom Limb Pain: Persistent aberrant pain from nerve endings of amputated limb is difficult to treat. Desensitizing approaches with physical therapy modalities used are heat, transcutaneous electrical stimulations, and massage. Medical treatments beside pain meds, include neuroleptics (nerve meds), antidepressants and even blood pressure meds. Sometimes surgery is done to remove a neuroma at the residual limb. ...Read more

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What are people using for chronic phantom limb pain?

What are people using for chronic phantom limb pain?

Phantom pain: Try to avoid any narcotics for phantom pain. Because the narcotics, such as lortab, morphine, tramadal etc, will decrease endorphine production by negative feeding back, and make you more sensative to the pain. Acupuncture, antidepresants, such as ssri, nerve membrane stabilizers, such as neurotin, lyrica, trileptal, Lamictal are commonly used. ...Read more

Dr. James Hocker
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