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... That said, Neuropathy is simply a slow healing process. But from our experience great ground has been made with the proper natural supplementation, internal and external, over any other therapy tried. ... (0 replies)
... I am so sorry about the pain you are experiencing. I severed my median nerve during a car accident and that was the end of that!! Nerves are buggers to grow back in the right directions esp. a large one as yours. I have had 13 surgeries with Dr. Culp of Phili, one of the top hand docs. ... (15 replies)
... I'm no expert, but generally I don't think nerves heal. ... (15 replies)

... miracle! It is amazing for me. Doesn't work for everyone. Also, my insurance wouldn't give me Lyrica until I tried the cheaper Neuronin. Be patient with the healing nerves but try Lyrica for your pain. ... (3 replies)
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... I can't tell you what the signs of nerve healing are, but my heart goes out to you, as I suffer from a similar pain problem in my foot. ... (4 replies)
... Your youth is in your favour as far as healing nerves go, and yes they do regenerate about an inch a month. You need to see a neuro guy so they can do tests of nerve conductivity, etc. ... (5 replies)
... tingling sensations associated with neuropathy can be a result of nerve regeneration or healing nerves. ... (17 replies)
... I had a crushing injury to my leg and had extensive damage to my nerves in the process. This was in October. My foot is where all the pain is although it was never touched . ... (4 replies)
... weeks since the CTS and over 2 weeks since the second surgery and I am exactly the same. The surgeon told me that nerves heal at a rate of appx. ... (0 replies)
... I have been a diabetic since 1999 and until about 3 years it seems that everything came crashing down all of this when my sugars were in check. I had a TIA, a amputation of my small left toe, and the diagnosis of Charcot Foot in both feet. Each time the docotrs wanted to blame it on me and my poor control of my sugars until they realized my sugars and A1C were norm-then it... (0 replies)
... It's good you don't have foot drop. Two months isn't all that long when it comes to healing time for nerves. Six to twelve months is often more like it. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Aussie, My general doctor said I have been prediabetic for over a year. A light bulb turned on finally and that may be the cause of my issues. Now I'm wondering how strict of a diet do I need to be on. Did you give up all bread, potatoes, ice cream, rice etc.? It took five years before you started feeling better? Your thoughts would be really appreciated.... (22 replies)
... Hi Aussie you mention there is no toxic limt for B12. When my neuropathy symptoms started, my B12 was not abnormal but on the low side of range (384).Neuro told me today my B6 is too high. it is 68, he says normal is between 12-25, does this mean anything to you? PCP said to take B12 vit. He retested my blood after 3 mos, it went up to 1280 with no symtom relief ( pins and... (22 replies)
... In late August 2012 I experienced my first real noticeable symptoms of neuropathy, the "stocking" feeling in my feet and lower legs that eventually started to travel up my legs toward my thighs. For months I had the usual tingling, numbness, electric shocks, cramping, etc. in both legs. You know the drill. I knew what neuropathy was and expected that dx on my first appt.... (3 replies)
... Nerves are notorious for healing very, very slowly. Many spine surgeons tell their patients that after a year, whatever progress they have achieved will be as good as it is going to get. ... (3 replies)
... It is very normal to have a flare of nerve pain. The nerves are often brutalized during surgery and it can take them many months to recover. ... (7 replies)
... etty normal. I initially took predisone for the allergy and then a second dose for the possible nerve swelling in my leg. I'm now in physical therapy to help the nerves heal. Also, I've ordered some homeopathic medication online that is supposed to help neuropathy. ... (2 replies)
... Hi star!! I am so sorry to hear that you are so sick!! These viruses are very scary, but good for your for getting to the hospital and getting the fever under control. You really need to keep yourself really well hydrated, that's a must!! Drink, drink, drink!! I have some strange sensations in my face- my nose is so itchy and feels "swollen" even though it isn't. I... (2 replies)
... still damage by the break and that maybe in a month or 2 I may need to seek out a neroursurgeon to take a look at my radial nerve So far it's been two months of healing and still can't move my wrist or bring my fingers up straight..Is there anybody that's been throught before . WHAT TO DO ? ... (0 replies)


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