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... I do not mean to hijack BonBons post but I will answer your question. If you have been dignosised with SFN you are most of the way there in your treatment and testing. ... (7 replies)
... I started having severe neuropathy in my hands and feet about 4 years ago. I'm 44 now. My symptoms came on very suddenly and felt as if my hands and feet were thawing after severe frostbite, and on top of that being paper cut all over. ... (13 replies)
... If your pain has decreased,please tell us what meds you have taken.Every Doctor I go to just experiments on me with new drugs. ... (7 replies)

... you could obtain an MRI of that area along with getting whats called an EMG nerve conduction study. ... (3 replies)
... or speed at which certain nerve signals travel. ... (7 replies)
... bizarre sensations or feelings of something happening to your body? ... (7 replies)
... Maybe I should see a Rheumy. My Neurologist has not helped. For over 2 years I have been trying to get a diagnosis for my problem. My arms and legs are weak, predominality Right Side. I was having severe neck pain for years. Thought this might be the culprit. ... (13 replies)
... Beware that you may not have ongoing constipation, but something worse when the nerves in your spine are damaged and don't tell you that you need to have a bowel movement. ... (7 replies)
... Be related to spine? ... (7 replies)
... Be related to spine? ... (7 replies)
... Nobody knows how much pain anybody else has, perhaps only if the person examining has had the same condition especially recently even then the memory of how it felt fades fast. I had this several times as a child, caused by rugby injuries and it has reocurred on rare occasions since. ... (5 replies)
... Unfortunately, in this Neurological issues, like Neuropathy, "clinical distance" as my neurologist called it, is common to see how the condition evolves. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, Your best bet is a neurologist. They can perform tests to see if you do have nerve damage and to what extent. Let me know how you are doing. Hope things work out for you. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry you've had such a hard time of it these past eighteen months. If you look at my previous posts you will know that I had drop foot after a broken leg and that I had nerve release surgery, which really helped in my case. ... (42 replies)
... So good to hear from you, and I'm glad you're enjoying your summer. This summer is great for me to, since this year I'm not wearing an AFO as well. ... (42 replies)
... It has been a hard road the entire time, and only now in the past few months have I noticed positive dorsiflexion and movement. This is a condition that can really try even the most patient person, so hang in there. ... (42 replies)
Nov 3, 2008
... You're very welcome...although it seems as if everything will take a long time to happen from where you are now, when you look back on this in another year or so, it won't seem that long at all... ... (3 replies)
Nov 2, 2008
... Welcome to the message boards...I'm so sorry to hear about your accident and will try to tell you about myself in the hope that it will help you too. Last December I broke my leg and as a result I developed drop foot of the right would have to be the right leg, you know... ... (3 replies)
... Hi glad to hear that you are coming along...and hooray to you for getting in the car so soon ... I was a real chicken and waited so many months...didn't want to know if I would be driving really badly... ... (8 replies)
... Welcome to the website, and I hope that some of the information here will prove helpful to you. I have been dealing with foot drop since November when I had surgery to repair a badly broken leg... ... (6 replies)

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