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Vitamin B12
May 15, 2008
... I know other idiopathic PNer's that claim that their PN has improved over time in various degrees by taking B12 Methylcobalamin supplementation and others haven't been so lucky, so i really do think it's an individual thing. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, all peripheral nerves do have the ability to repair themselves once whatever has been assaulting them has ceased. ... (2 replies)
... I am currently taking 2000 mg's of methyl b12 and a b100 mg complex everyday for nerve damage.. so far i only feel relief in my feet.I have yet to feel any releif in my upper extremeties!! ... (14 replies)

Vitamin B12
May 14, 2008
... I have read that by Japanese PN experts standards, a serum b12 score of less than 500 is very suspicious of b12 deficiency, then they use mega doses of B12 methylcobalamin on their PN patients, up to 60 mg's daily. ... (2 replies)
B12 Deficiency
Jun 17, 2008
... others like myself have periods of flaring of symptoms then followed by lessening of symptoms for a short periods then followed on by on going of flaring as the nerves are trying to regenerate. ... (10 replies)
... your larger nerves that control your muscels, there could be mylon sheath and or axonal damage which have not been tested as yet, the emg only tests the muscels and that test can be screwed sometimes by differant reasons, so a repeat emg may be warranted in the future as well. ... (6 replies)
B12 Deficiency
Jun 18, 2008
... I appreciate the information. I did show some improvement pretty shortly after the initial B12 shot and I have been on B12 supplements every day for a couple of weeks. I have good days and days that are not so good. ... (10 replies)
... to me, because I do have a very similar experience. Besides the foot and leg neuropathy the one thing that bothered me the most was thinking I needed new glasses and even got tested by an ophthalmologist because the optometrist thought I might have cataracts. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, watch out for the low sugars as they can damage the nerves as much as the high sugars can. ... (11 replies)
... way back in 1992. A year and a half later, I was feeling weak legged and having tingling in my toes. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, I am new and this is my first post ever. I am an active 55 year old male who has never taken any medications in life. I have led a life without much stress and anxiety ... until recently, that is! ... (1 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that despite your b12 treatment, you feel that your condition is still on the decline. ... (16 replies)
B12 Deficiency
Jun 19, 2008
... To rule out other known causes it's really best to see a neuro that specializes in peripheral neuropathy, there are many reasons why our nerves can get damaged, B12 defiency is only one of them, there are better tests than that serum b12 to evaluate a b12 deficiency, like Homocysteine and Methylmalonic Acid & lots of other testing can be done to rule out other known... (10 replies)
Cidp
Mar 26, 2009
... Also an emg should be done to check your motor nerve functions and a skin punch biopsy or quanitive sensory testing to check small fibre damage, these are the nerves that send signals to the brain regarding sensations, like the burning you spoke of. ... (4 replies)
Vitamin b-6
Jan 29, 2010
... Vitamin B12 needs all the other B vitamins to work the best, so a good quality Multi B every day, taking at a differant time is helpfull. ... (24 replies)
... I was diagnosed with neuropathy in my feet by a podiatrist. He suggested low b12 and he was correct. I am old and was told you can't absorb thru digestive system so I started giving myself monthly injections. My b12 is now in proper range but neuropathy is still present. ... (4 replies)
... han 3 big meals, it puts less strain on your system and avoids the high spiking of glucose levels, going for 10 hours without any food isn't good for your system and actually puts the body in starvation mode which makes it even harder to loose weight. ... (8 replies)
... gh it, a fasting blood glucose showed nothing for me, they said i was actually normal, but a neuro that specializes in PN ordered a 3 hour glucose tolerance test and found i was prediabetic, i was also low on B12 as well, the combination was destroying my nerves. ... (16 replies)
Vitamin B12
May 14, 2008
... I have heard that vitamin B12 is essential for healthy nerves and that most people on a healthy diet should not be defficient unless they have some health problem. My blood tests show no such problem. ... (2 replies)
Gait Issues
Feb 20, 2006
... I've had some of the numbness problems, foot drop on the left foot, and the drs can't give me answers to why. I had a mini stroke in Jan and was numb on the left side for several days, plus a bump on the left hip 3 days before and, hernia repair on the left side a month before that. ... (7 replies)


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