I had an ankle injury 5 years ago. I immediately had burning pain with it. Since then I've had 4 othascopic surgeries and a peroneal nerve release because I developed cronic pain on top of my foot and up the outside of my leg. My last surgery was a year ago and the pain really never went away...even up my leg. I now have to see a pain management dr and have just gotten a pain blocker shot. Aside from the weakness and pain...aching and burning, I have night sweats. I don't know if this is medication related or if I may have developed RDS. My ankle isn't blue or red...and I don't sweat just from this area, so I'm wondering if I have a damagede peroneal nerve without RDS or could it be RDS. Anyone who has experienced RDS may be able to help me diagnosis this. Thanks.....
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