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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Vaccines can cause chronic nerve damage called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).  CRPS occurs when nerves misfire, sending constant pain signals to the brain. CRPS, also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, is a chronic neurological syndrome characterized by:

  • severe burning pain
  • pathological changes in bone and skin
  • excessive sweating
  • tissue swelling
  • extreme sensitivity to touch

Reflexive Sympathetic Disorder is also known as CRPS Type I (also referred to as RSD) – cases in which the nerve injury cannot be immediately identified. There is no single laboratory test to diagnose CRPS, the physician must assess and document both subjective complaints (medical history) and, if present, objective findings (physical examination). Vaccines are linked to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and RSD

If you or a loved one developed nerve damage after receiving a vaccination please contact our vaccine injury lawyers at 1-800-810-3457 or Get Help Now!

Vaccine injury can be often very complicated, painful and lifelong. Injuries compensated by the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program include the following:

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