You probably still remember the day when the pain first started.
It was so intense and you had ntever felt anything like it before. The first time you saw a doctor, maybe you were misdiagnosed. Or maybe they didn’t even believe you when you described your symptoms. So you went to more doctors and got the same look when you described the physical agony you were experiencing.
Finally, you received a diagnosis that you felt was right: complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS-I).
Now that you have been diagnosed with CRPS-I, you could be eligible to participate in a clinical trial of a trial pain medication.
In this trial, doctors are evaluating the safety and effectiveness of a trial pain medication that is delivered through an infusion (a needle inserted into a vein). If you have been diagnosed with CRPS-I, please consider learning more about this trial.