Injections Of This Med

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Roddod Says:

does anyone have releif and for how long. Mine is coming back. Injections were for diagnoses of RSD. It was given in the hip and thigh at UAB. It has been 2 months sense last injection and starting to get pain again in knee's and hips.

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Verwon Says:

Have you spoken to your doctor about it?

Aristospan contains the active ingredient Triamcinolone, which is a steroid.


Do they have you on anything else for pain?

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RSd Survr Says:
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My name is Beth I was diagnosed with RSds years ago in Seattle WA 1990. I was crippled in one leg for at least 4 yrs. I seen many different drs. None were helping me. The dr. Told me he wanted to amputate my rt. leg to just above knee. I told him I would walk again n I wouldn't be back. Don't give up get in touch w the Drs. Who treat allot of cases of RSds because they will cure u. My dr promised in three months I would be walking again. It wAs a miracle n he treated w prednisone n I gained allot of weight. I stayed with him for almost 7 months getting muscles back n learning to walk again. I woke up one morning - put my foot Dan off the Bed n realized RSds was Gone like it had never been there. I felt no pain none. 4 long yrs suffering till he saved my life. God blessed me by bringing me to his office. I was given my life backgiven my life back. This was the Seattle Seahawks Dr. Scranton its been many yrs I have paperwork to get name n address for them to help others with RSds. There is hope just don't give up okay. Try to get focused on something else. While u r in therapy. That helps you. And the prednisone works. My prayers r with all RSds victims.

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