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About an hour after I remove my compression garment my left feeling like it is encased in ice, yet it is warm to the touch. Then it begins to burn, throb and ache. I am to the point now I no longer want to wear my compression because of the truly terrible way I feel after I remove it. Has anyone else experiences something like this?
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Yes Wendy. I started using the circadian Velcro wrap instead of the unbearable compression stocking.
I'm a little lost, as I haven't visited this site since Pat died. Who are managing it now? I wish them the best,
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