Need advice on what is the the symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome?

Pain out of . Pain out of proportion to what would be anticipated. Cold maybe damp extremity, discoloration from lack of proper blood supply, and long standing my have shiny skin.
CRPS symptoms. Symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome might include burning/throbbing pain, change in skin temperature, sensitivity to touch or cold, swelling of the painful area, change in skin color, decreased ability to move the affected body part, change in hair and nail growth...

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What are the symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome?

See bekiw. Crps is a poorly understood condition. It is associated with either major or minor injury, usually to an extremity. It can also be associated with nerve injury. The symptoms are severe pain, sensitivity to even light touch, abnormalities of sweating and swelling and redness. The treatment usually involves aggressive physical therapy, medications and sometimes particular types of nerve blocks. Read more...
CRPS symptoms. Symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome might include burning/throbbing pain, change in skin temperature, sensitivity to touch or cold, swelling of the painful area, change in skin color, decreased ability to move the affected body part, change in hair and nail growth... Read more...

Whats the symptoms you get with complex regional pain syndrome?

See below. The symptoms include severe pain, usually in a limb, swelling, sometimes increased sweating of the limb, difficulty using the limb as well as severe sensitivity to things that would not usually cause pain like light touch, even the touch of clothing with a feeling like a sunburn. Read more...
CRPS symptoms. Symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome might include burning/throbbing pain, change in skin temperature, sensitivity to touch or cold, swelling of the painful area, change in skin color, decreased ability to move the affected body part, change in hair and nail growth... Read more...

Can you have complex regional pain syndrome without pain? Someone I know has been diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome, and has all the symptoms - but isn't experiencing any pain. What could possibly be occuring?

It . It is hard to answer this without the details, but with crps the fact is nobody can give you great answers anyway. I will assume you mean a doctor has diagnosed it, and that the patient has other symptoms such as edema, blood flow changes, and abnormal sweating, as well as a known injury that produced these symptoms. If that is the case, nobody knows what causes crps, and i can only say your friend is very lucky to avoid the pain, which is clearly the most annoying part of the disease in most people. However, the other possibility is that it is not crps, and depending on the symptoms there could be other things going on. If the diagnosis was not made by a reliable physician, i would seek a second opinion. Read more...
Ironic. How was crps diagnosied without any complaint of pain unless there was pain previously. Sometimes crps "burns out" leaving mostly the degenerative changes. If this was newly diagnosed, i would also consider circulatory problems or diabetes as suspect. There is also the remote possiblity of some sort of central nervous system disease like ms. Read more...
CRPS. The main character of complex regional pain syndrome is pain. I'm not aware of complex regional pain syndrome without pain. I recommend you see a pain specialist for evaluation. Read more...

What are the symptoms of having cervical radiculopathy and complex regional pain syndrome? Please help symptoms I have are burning and pins and needle

Focal vs diffuse. Radiculopathy is a pinched nerve in the spine and makes very specific symptoms in a specific dermatomal pattern. Crps affects a broader area such as an entire limb or two limbs, may have some of the same neurological symptoms of a radiculopathy, but also has sympathetic nervous system symptoms of color changes, swelling, and temperature changes. See your doctor if you think you have either. Read more...