Can someone continue to have long-term lingering after effects from DCS even after Chamber treatment

During several rapid aircraft decompressions in secession, the aircrew went on Oxygen but I overexerted myself moving about a small space in a confined cockpit banging my body trying to resolve the mechanical problem breathing out of an oxygen bottle that emptied twice. After the symptoms started I went on Oxygen. Diving Chamber treatment started 12 hours later.

The next day I was released by Doctors but the following symptoms I had when the incident happened continue to manifest over the years: Joint pain, Muscle spasms and cramps, Numbness and Tingling, Pins & Needles, Skin Rashes and Itching and Shortness of Breath seemingly progressively getting worse.

richardcorrea
Asked Jul 21, 2016
Edited Jul 21, 2016
One of many stories of boot camp and why it sucks so bad.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4D2kws1y30
gaschamber
Answered Sep 16, 2017

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