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... You probably had that pain all along, but it just wasn't apparent until a week later. At the time of closing, a ton of antibiotics and steroids are used to bathe the surgical area. This keeps down chances for infection and provides some relief from swelling and pain in the early days. ... (7 replies)
... and a vitamin D and B12 deficiency. I've been taking vitamin D and B12 supplements however and levels of both are now back up. In fact I got my serum B12 checked yesterday and am now well above the "High" end of the normal range for B12. ... (12 replies)
... that there may be a connection between the P.N. and the use of a certain class of antibiotic. These antibiotics are a class called Fluoroquinolons. ... (3 replies)

... I was diagnosed with PN yesterday. It's good news and bad news for me. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks I had that test you mentioned for Lyme and I was on cipro just before my hernia surgery with mesh. A month later I started have incomplete bowel issues with painfull abdomin above incisions. ... (8 replies)
... I recently had all my vitamin levels checked and all including vitamin D are within normal range. ... (22 replies)
... Is it more painfull to sit and do you have any problems defacting? ... (2 replies)
... I'm trying to see if there's a connection between incomplete emptying of the bladder and peripheral symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... I am getting really worried about myself and wondering if any of you have experienced this with PN. ... (5 replies)
... for years now up to 800 4X day. Also have Lidoderm patches but they take time to work for a short time and not usually helping more than a 6. ... (12 replies)
... for years now up to 800 4X day. Also have Lidoderm patches but they take time to work for a short time and not usually helping more than a 6. ... (12 replies)
... I completely understand. I feel like I have no quality of life sometimes but I look at my son and know I will endure. Have you tried Neurotin? ... (25 replies)
... I am not sure whether I was given these drugs, however I know I was taking some form of antibiotics after being diagnosed with acute Bronchitis. ... (11 replies)
... infections, so will have fun with antibiotics for a while. ... (23 replies)
... and pain behind my left eye. It was quite excruciating. Went to doctor and run blood tests and also demanded a test for tick bite diseases. He ran rickettsia, which was positive. A bit later, symptoms worsened and I demanded a lyme test. ... (23 replies)
... Doctors suspect that it is an autoimmune process or that I've been struck by a virus of sorts, but all of Antibody tests came out pretty normal, and not a trace of anything. ... (7 replies)
... Started in January with weakness and numbness on one side then symmetric, then hands and gloves, no pain. ... (2 replies)
... a type of neuropathy that doesn't show up on EMG tests. Check out the threads on this board related to SFN and google "small fiber neuropathy." This type of neuropathy is not very common so you will not find a lot of info on it, plus doctors tend to not be familiar with it. ... (23 replies)
... research facility. They have all given up on finding the "cause" of the Peripheral Neuropathy in my feet, legs, and hands. He literally told me don't come back, all you can do now is go to a pain specialist. So I am on my own now, a personal quest now to figure it out. ... (1 replies)
... I found an article that says neuropathy can be the first sign, predating a type 2 diabetes diagnosis by months to years. ... (4 replies)




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