Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Complex regional pain syndrome is an uncurable chronic pain condition that creates high levels of nerve impulses that are sent to a certain area of the body causing pain and soreness. It is believed that complex regional pain syndrome may be caused by a disruption of the healing process in the human body. This can cause the immune system to respond by causing the site to become red, inflamed and sore. One of the key symptoms in understanding if you suffer from complex regional pain syndrome is continuous, intense pain that gets worse rather than better over time.
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