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Stop the burning
Mar 25, 2014
... About the burning sensation, I'm glad to see that others have recommended bags of frozen peas. It's truly amazing how long they stay cold! ... (17 replies)
... I am having one next week....eeg was ok , blood was fine but cant figure out the burning pains. ... (7 replies)
... I haven't seen much posted about supplements so I thought i would start a thread about supplements that i know helped my pn, I AM NOT saying these supplements will help everyone by any means, as there are so many differant causes of PN it is mind boggling, but for those who may be interested here are the ones that helped my pn, caused by prediabetes & low b12 which mainly... (4 replies)

... The Skin Biopsy is usually THE test for SFN, which was the obvious choice because of your symptoms, so your doctor seems to know about this stuff. Assuming that you have done all the other tests, MRI, EMG, NCV, blood work, etc., to rule out some other cause(if not you should have them), and all of them were negative too, I have to tell you that up to 40% of all neuropathic... (1 replies)
... because I started experiencing burning in my extremities. After a few weeks it went away, except in the bottom of my feet, and it still hasn't improved. ... (1 replies)
... can cause burning sensations in the extremities. A neurologist or pain doctor would be likely to help narrow down the diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... an mri right away. It's not pain in my bones , I've had that before. I also had costrochondritis 2 yrs ago that lasted for about 10 months. Since then, I've had burning in my head and now my leg....I wish someone could figure it out. I need to be on an episode of 'HOUSE' ! ... (7 replies)
... Hi amcpherson! I am pre-diabetic and have the burning, tingling pain in both of my feet. I have had this for 3 years. I would suggest that you go to see your Dr who should send you to a Neurologist for tests as it is important to get a proper diagnosis and go from there. I have had an MRI and EMG, nerve function tests and lots and lots of blood tests.It takes patience and... (7 replies)
... The burning sensation is at the knee and just below into my feet. It's kind of like when your limbs fall asleep and tingle when that wake up. ... (7 replies)
... Just a quick response. I feel like I am listening to myself. My culprit was organic solvents also(the worst was petroleum ether). I was the only one in my lab affected but my damage stemmed from using and inhaling these chemicals everyday. It took several years for this to happen to me. I think that the stress of an appendectomy/anesthesia(sp) and returning to that... (10 replies)
... Hi Mary, yes, i used to get that horrible tingling in my feet, which very slowly went away over a 5 year period, there are many causes of tingling in the extremities, one of them is low B6, but it is certainly not the only cause. It normally takes a long time for nerves to get damaged so it also takes a long time for them to heal, the B6 Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate is the only... (4 replies)
... Usually any pressure on the lower spine cord can cause lower limb nerve problems and the cervical spine can cause problems to the upper extremities but just to confuse us more it has been known for cervical pressure to affect lower limbs as well. ... (5 replies)
... burning at times in my extremities at about the rate of what you get when you shiver when you are cold. ... (24 replies)
... wer extremities, mostly in the popliteal area. I cannot tolerate any tight clothing to touch my legs, behind my knees, thigh and groin area which exacerbates the burning pain. Feels like my lower legs were scrubbed with sand paper and a hot curling iron is being held to the backs of my knees. ... (23 replies)
... Hello Will. Didn't get my email notification that you and Jana had posted, so that is why I have not posted. My neuropathy was progressive as long as I was in the hazzardous working environment. My face became numb in January and by May the numbness was pretty much all over my body. As I sought answers, I still remained in the work environment until September. When every... (106 replies)
... t go away and it has become progressively worse over time. I feel the same burning sensation throughout my chest. Is it possible that whatever is causing the pain in my back is causing the pain in my chest as well? ... (19 replies)
... Normally, any pressure on the lower spinal cord has been known to give problems to the lower extremities and upper spine affects the arms & hands but just to confuse us more, problems with the cervical spine has been known to affect both extremities, rare but not impossible. What you describe sounds typical of small fibre neuropathy which can have many causes, the most common... (1 replies)
... per day. If I am having a bad day then I take 600mg of Lyrica. For me, the burning is the worse symptom. This happens when I am on my feet for extending periods of time. I use to take Darvacet for the burning and it worked. ... (24 replies)
... Have you been checked for diabetes, or your blood sugar levels, diabetic neuropathy, starts with burning in the extremities this way. Of course there are other causes. ... (4 replies)
... Hi allie, i am glad you are seeing a good neuro that knows what he is doing & is well worth the time it takes to see him, yes i agree with you too, a good GP that will work in with your neuro can make things a lot better for the patient, which is the way it should be really. In my early days of getting nerve damage, i seen one proffessor of neurology who you would think... (106 replies)

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