I think I might have complex regional PAIN SYNDROME due to burning pain and extreme sensit. In wrist was well as insomnia. Skin is normal look. Could?

Unlikely but. Unlikely but a good history and physical examination and appropriate tests and follow-up should answer your question in the hands of your doctor.

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What would be a good treatment for complex regional pain syndrome, opioids&narc. Don't work. It's so painful. The burning pain is unimaginable.

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