RSD/CRPS Challenge Day 2: Time of Diagnosis
A compelling personal story of a young woman who was diagnosed with what is known as the most painful condition to endure- at only 12 years old. This is her recalling her diagnosis.
Today is Day 2 of the RSD/CRPS Photo Challenge! I’m doing a mix of photos and words/stories for my posts. If you’d like to join in, please do! The challenge is a great way to spread awareness about RSD/CRPS while learning about each other.
Day 2: A picture of you around the time that you were diagnosed with RSD.
I don’t usually post pictures of my face on here, mostly because I don’t want people I know to find my blog. (I think that would change how free/comfortable I am with being real about everything, so I prefer to stay more anonymous…but I guess people would easily be able to figure out that it’s me anyways simply by reading what I post…) Anyways, for the purposes of this challenge, I’m adding this picture. It was taken in August of 2006, a few weeks after my diagnosis. I was 12…
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Posted on November 3, 2014, in RSD/CRPS and tagged awareness, Childhood RSD, Chronic pain, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Awareness month, crps, inspiring stories, Nervember, overcoming pain, RND diagnosis, rsd, RSD personal stories. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.