Call syndrome

An acquired vasospastic disorder most common in women with migraines, which tends to occur during puerperium, and characterised by reversible segmental vasoconstriction of multiple cerebral arteries
Diagnosis Alternating zones of vasoconstriction and vasodilation

Call syndrome

An acquired vasospastic disorder condition most common in ♀ with migraine, tends to occur during puerperium, and characterized by reversible segmental vasoconstriction of multiple cerebral arteries Clinical Headache, seizures, transient or persistent multifocal brain signs, accompanied by brain edema and ↑ intracranial pressure Diagnosis Alternating zones of vasoconstriction and vasodilation

Patient discussion about Call syndrome

Q. I have an injury called CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) I desparately need help. Had 4 surgeries-no help The pain is excruciating every second, in my left hand and arm,with no relief. I don't know where to go next or what to pursue. I've tried every pain med there is and steroidal injections and nerve stimulator implant in back, but nothing has worked. Can't believe the pain- keeps me up at night and is a killer every other second of the day. Can anyone help??? Any suggestions I may not have tried??? I am desparate for some relief. Thanks Joe

A. It really sounds like you are suffering a great deal. Have you seen a pain specialist? Have you ever tried any kinds of stronger pain medications such as narcotics? I am only suggesting them as your last option to handle pain because no one should suffer this high amount of pain. You should discuss this with you primary care physician. I would also suggest talking to someone about your level of stress, because all this pain can cause you anxiety and you may find it helpful to talk to a psychologist or psychiatrist, see if they can help with that. I don't have any suggestions about the neurological problem because it sounds like you have tried everything there is to offer.

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