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... osteopenia, osteoarthritis, chronic back pain, myofascial pain syndrome, possible fibromyalgia. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry you are in pain. Hope you get some meds soon. Pain (any chronic pain) = stress. Your body systems automatically tries to run to the rescue and fix whatever is wrong..even when it dosen't know what to fix. This over working of the systems makes us tired and is hard on our systems. YEP, pain can wear you out. (7 replies)
... diabetic Neuropathy. I have to go for more tests. But the chronic fatigue that goes along with this burning ache in my legs is driving me nuts. ... (7 replies)

... rescription medication, namely those two. I want to know what's wrong, and I'm so tired of having the type of problems that I do, and not having any answers. The neuropathy is just sensations and pain, and sometimes I feel like my insides are on fire, but that stupid tingling drives me up the wall. I'm sick of it. ... (11 replies)
... I have definitely improved but the daily nausea I still deal with but it is not nearly as bad and then the neuropathy is there everyday now, which that started up on a daily basis back in October I think it was. ... (5 replies)
... It was an allergy to gluten. The stuff can cause severe gastric problems that prevents the body from absorbing nutrients, specific to neuropathy is B12. The wild part is that there were no symptoms before the neuropathy hit. ... (7 replies)
... However there are lots of other forms of Neuropathy haveing nothing to do with Diabeties. Many are terribley painful. Many times the cause is unknown. ... (7 replies)
... What does your Doctor mean when they say you have "non- diabetic Neuropathy" Do they give a cause? (7 replies)
... ff. For now until we get the results of the latest bloodwork he just said to stay off my elbows, take a vitamin supplement and followup with my GP regarding the fatigue and joint pain. ... (11 replies)
... I remember you from posts on the back board. Was surgery for the stenosis ever recommended? The nerve compression in the spine is most likely causing the pain, tingling and numbness. The peripheral nervous system is the part of the nervous system located outside the brain and spinal cord, so this includes the spinal nerves, and all sensory and motor neurons. If what is... (9 replies)
... Hi, your burning pain sounds like nerve issues. I would start by seeing a MS specialist to rule this out. You said you had a brain MRI but did not mention if they did your spine. Some people with MS have no lesions in their brain but have them in their spine. Plus there are numerous tests they can run to rule out other conditions. In addition, a neurologist can run a... (3 replies)
... uneasy about it, so I decided to go outside the box a little and went to see a respected acupuncturist. I've never fine this before, she told me that I have had chronic acidosis for many years and basically created all my ailments with my diet, mind you I don't smoke or drink or do drugs. ... (43 replies)
... I have small fiber neuropathy and other idiopathic nerve disorders, have you seen a neuroligist? ... (12 replies)
... Ok I've read most of the posts on this and am still scared "poopless" aside from the chronic constipation. ... (2 replies)
... Though I have never had a drink of any sort, I feel as though we have many similar symptons. I too had mercury removal performed. I only had it removed from the side of my mouth where I was having extreme jaw pain. Unfortunately, I have seen no relief after the mercury removal. Keep us posted on here from time to time. Good news is always welcomed here on the boards! (21 replies)
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... but I'm convinced that I'm extremely sensitive to mercury and the amount of mercury leaching from the amalgam fillings I had caused my chronic problems. ... (21 replies)
... sounds horrible however in time you will realise its just a work, as for your condition I pray it does not deteriorate over time. I was diagnosed with Idiopathic Neuropathy several years back. ... (8 replies)
Jul 1, 2010
... Totally Agree with Aussie go get yourself checked again. Much of what you have could be caused by anxiety it's true, but even taking that in account you need treatment too. About your symptoms(aside from what Aussie explained): numb face, both sides: Not common in Peripheral Neuropathy. distorted vision in left eye: Not common in PN either, if it's not local(eye), or... (4 replies)
Jun 15, 2010
... anxiety can accelerate the burning in neuropathy patients, but once calmed down again the burning remains but to a lessor degree, doesn't go away completly. ... (4 replies)

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