Log in to your
account.
Quick sign up
It only takes a millisecond.
Terms and Conditions
Forgot your password?
No problem, we can help.
Enter your email address below, and you'll receive and email containing a link to reset your password.
Password reset
A confirmation email with a link to reset your password has been sent to at your request.
Please check your email and click on the link.
We do our best, but if you don't hear from us in a minute or two, please check your spam email folder.
For further assistance please contact us at support@treato.com.
Treato My Voice
Share your thoughts, experiences and ideas which could help others.
Please, no commercial content and no spam.
Make sure you enter your email address correctly so we can let you know when it goes live after a short moderation process.
The name that will be displayed with your story
Your email address will not be displayed on Treato, and will never be shared.
 
 
Thank you for sharing
Our editorial team will review this shortly and we will inform you once it goes live.
Treato My Voice
Thank you for sharing!
Your post was added to treato.com.
You’re one step away from being a registered user on Treato.
Just choose a password, and you’re done!
Treato My Voice
NOTE: All My Voice posts are carefully monitored by the Treato tream.
Your privacy is important. Treato will never sell or give your email address to a third party.
How to use bookmarks
Bookmarks allow you to easily access Treato pages that interest you through the My Treato
panel on the right
help-img
Successfully bookmarked the
page!
Bookmarks allow you to easily access Treato pages that interest you
through the My Treato panel on the right
help-img
To save and access your bookmarks from any browser, you need to be
logged in or create an account in 5 seconds.
Successfully bookmarked the
page!
You now have bookmarks. In order not to lose them, we recommend that you sign up or log in.
Security check
Let us know that you are a human.
Type the characters you see in the picture below
Submit

Pain and Pyoderma Gangrenosum

/ 201 posts
Mentioned Together
29% of the posts that mention Pyoderma Gangrenosum also mention Pain (201 posts)
Pain is an unpleasant sensation often caused by intense or damaging stimuli such as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine on a cut, and bumping the "funny bone." It motivates withdrawal from damaging or potentially damaging situations, protection of a damaged body part while it heal... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Tylenol
Ibuprofen
Morphine

Pyoderma Gangrenosum

/ 694 posts
Pyoderma gangrenosum is a disease that causes tissue (biology) to become necrosis, causing deep Skin ulcer that usually occur on the legs. When they occur, they can lead to chronic wounds. Ulcers usually initially look like small bug bites or papules, and they progress to larger ulcers. Tho... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Dapsone*
Clofazimine
* Off-label
Treato Video
Follow us
share this page
Help people by sharing experiences you've had with Pain or Pyoderma Gangrenosum - your story could impact others.
Treato My Voice

What patients are saying about Pain and Pyoderma Gangrenosum

201 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
come out in times of real hard stress in my life...i tk mtx...
...sores to the bone very large some of them going on fingers and legs as well..i hv had numerous iv antibiotic tx for this and that now has caused me to become deaf.....ive not been on remi or cimzia...
high dose of prednison (yay) and i started taking my Humira...
...was diagnosed by derma-doctor, actually only 6 days after my symptoms started. That why they never get to get too big. I am glad for that becuse it was soooo painful that i just lie on my back...
with the severe depression at Kernan Hospital. Neurontin...
...Pyoderma Gangrenosum. My dear sweet young daughter has been diagnosed with PG. This horrifing rare disease is consuming her beautiful face and parts of her body. The chronic pain has been relent...
to being a 10 most of the time. I am on 25mg fentanyl...
...Advice? I have had pyoderma gangrenosum for almost exactly one ...to come down but the pain from the pyo had increased to being a 10 most of the time. I am on 25mg fentanyl patch and hydrocodone...
butt, 4 fistulas c onstantly draining, 3 setons..open sores...
...percocet for my crohn's. Darn tootin'! If not i would be depressed as heck and have no quality of life. My gastro says im the most severe case he's ever seen..and my butt is a mess. I have practi...
is difficult and involves regimens using amitriptyline...
...pyoderma gangrenosum because none of the tissue is necrotic. Tularemia is systemic and the lesions are not limited to the facial areas. And I needn't waste the breath to affirm for the mi...
like to be messed up all the time, the Dr. gave me Ultram...
...bone feeling... I felt this way for months before being dxed with RA, but didn't know why... the steroids have done a great job at masking the pain... it's been reduced to the point I feel it...
doctors said that was NOT it, sooo.......she is taking Dap...
...One doctor diagnosed it as pyoderma gangrenosum, but that doesn't normally begin as cysts, and all of the other doctors said that was NOT it, sooo.......she is taking Dapsone, and it seemed...
alot. I am now disabled i aldso got the pyoderma gangrenosum...
...dapsone at the first sign of a blister ,stomache pain usaually accompany.I now have symtoms of MS , no lesions but I am nearing disabilty and I am Desperatley Looking for answers. ANY HELP!!!!! im ...
liver and so I tend to just take the odd soluble aspirin...
...with other autoimmune condiyiond involving bowel inflammation eg Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis and I definitely do noy have these. In fact really I feel quite healthy alot of the tim...
feedback