Green was finally given a diagnosis for the excruciating pain he has suffered on the right side of his body following the RV accident. He said his condition is complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), which involves abnormal inflammation and nerve dysfunction that, at its worst, can cause its sufferers to experience horrible pain with even the slightest touch or movement.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Puttock explained that the pain was “instant” after injuring his wrist on a metal plate in 2019
An ex-Aston Villa player has opened up on her battle with Suicide Disease after claiming she feels like she is “being burnt alive”.
The 25-year-old, who last played for Sutton Coldfield Town Ladies, began to experience burning sensations in her legs, feet, hands, back, face and eyes as she recovered from surgery.
Ellen Martin, 25, from Surrey, said her life changed in a split second when she was diagnosed with “the suicide disease” which is so painful people often turn to suicide. The disease, which affects the central nervous system, causes indescribable pain and is usually brought on through trauma or injury.
Ex-Aston Villa player dealing with excruciating pain after a footballing injury developed into a condition known as Suicide Disease.
Hayley Wright is 20 years old and a Junior at the University of Mobile. She has suffered from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) for the past 4 years.
Royse City, Texas. Two years ago, Meagan Alford was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)– also referred to as “suicide disease.”
Now, the wife and mother of three has launched a GoFundMe to share her story and ask for financial support in her CRPS battle.
A teenager suffering from a ‘debilitating’ disease that makes it feel like his limbs are submerged in boiling water has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money for ‘life-changing treatment’.
When asked how she feels about her new pain-free life, Heather said that she feels amazing and super excited to go to school next year and experience everything again.
When 15-year-old Heather Botha arrived at the airport in Gqeberha this week after spending nearly a year undergoing treatment in the US, she did a cartwheel for her loved ones who had gathered to welcome her home.