Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – What is It and What to Do About It? 0
Chronic pain affects more individuals than diabetes, cancer, and heart disease combined and yet its origins can be so elusive that an accurate diagnosis of a chronic pain syndrome can be difficult. Determining precisely what you are experiencing and identifying the cause of those specific symptoms is undoubtedly important to unweave the complexity of chronic pain syndromes, and find the treatment approach that best addresses your specific condition.
When it comes to bowel function and elimination, some people’s bodies are so precise they could stand in for the atomic clocks at NASA. For others, bowel movements are so infrequent that each one is cause for celebration. Diarrhea and constipation are opposite extremes of bowel dysfunction.