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The role of genetics in developing chronic pain is still being researched and better understood. However, there is a tentative belief that a genetic risk factor may exist. Also being examined is the genetics behind the actual condition - the biology of chronic pain. In this case, certain genes and hormones seem to be behind pain.

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Until a cure is found, solutions to help someone live with pain are the next best thing. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is one such condition that may not be curable, but it can be made livable. Before CRPS is declared incurable, doctors must look for a reason for ongoing nerve injury or delayed nerve healing. Once the MR neurographies,…

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Karen Lee Richards, Health Guide, answered hi Hi.  Welcome to HealthCentral's chronic pain site.  Do you have a question?

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Cort, Health Guide, answered Are there any pain treatments for… That's a tough disease - hard to diagnose and hard to treat. Some people…

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