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    Soccerkim99 posted:
    Hi my name is Kinsey Morlang and I have been dealing with CRPS for 3 years but only got a diagnosis in november 2013. I'm 18 years old and the pain in my stomach started after a soccer game on September 13th 2009. I am scared for what the future holds. It started in my stomach and has now spread to both of my legs. If anyone else has this condition it would be really nice to get some tips on how to manage the pain, how to decipher the good drs from the bad, and just any advice anyone has. I am sacred to loose mobility in my legs. Thank you so much for takin the time to read this and I am willing to answer any questions anyone has.
     
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    Soccerkim99 responded:
    I mean November 2012


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