Monday, February 05, 2007

I need to take pecautions when visiting a dentist in order to prevent worsening symptoms of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

My dentist follows protocols to prevent flare ups of CRPS. He uses cream to deaden the area before injecting. Then uses a non adrenaline local. He also injects local again at the end of the treatment which is kept short.

I'm off to the dentist today and I already have some nerve firing in my face so fingers crossed all goes well. I have a theory that a local anaesthetic may stop nerve firing so this appointment is timely.

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