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... I get these pins and needle sensations and electrical shocks through out the day and some times my legs just ache. These symptoms may last for weeks to a couple of months and then disappear for many months. ... (8 replies)
... carbs, ...or you can get it from the state of your nervous system, etc. ... (8 replies)

... ensation which usually means the small fibre nerves are damaged then the larger nerves or nerve roots should be looked at, possibly an EMG, Nerve Conduction test and a MRI might find out what is going on, really need a neuro to check it out for you. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Ladyj, i am wondering if you have any lumber spine problems, perhaps it could be mechanical in nature seeing it comes and goes, muscles can go into spasms and pinch nerves, does the weather seem to have any affect on your symptoms ? ... (8 replies)
... Thanks everyone! I am not diabetic....I had a very mild case of gestational diabetes 17 years ago and controlled that with diet. ... (8 replies)
... I just got a referral to a neurologist. I was concerned about going if I didn't have current symptoms that it would not show up and be a waste of time. It sounds like there is no cure just pain treatment. Do most people just get worse and worse or do many stay mild. ... (8 replies)
... Dear ladyj2, you may have the beginning of PN. I started with burning feet a little over two years ago. Had all tests and the last one was a skin biopsy which showed nerve damage. Now I have burning and numbness ankles going up my legs. ... (8 replies)
... NCS came back normal. I am assuming I have SFN. My symptoms come and go although now they seem to be getting worse. I have been experiencing symptoms for about 4 years but just ignoring them. Still, I think I am mild. ... (5 replies)
... The sporadic nature makes me think this could be associated with an autoimmune disease, which often involves peripheral neuropathy. Tanning can exacerbate it, especially if lupus, because UV light exposure, sunlight or tanning beds, triggers DNA release from sun damaged skin cells. ... (24 replies)
... Hi, Have you had a nerve test done? That will show problems even if there are no current symptoms. Talk to your doctor. Cindy (8 replies)
... I have heard that this type of neuropathy can come and go like you describe, often with long periods of remission. You may want to google CIDP. ... (21 replies)
... Does anyone else have any advice? I still have the tingling sensations in my feet. They sometimes come and go, but they are usually there about 70% of the time. They used to be 100% of the time. Because it is now less of the time, does this mean I am healing? Can't nerves sometimes heal themselves? Is it better to exercise a lot or just a little? Does a TENS machine... (38 replies)
... Matt, I too am trying to discover the cause of my "idiopathic small fiber peripheral neuropathy. ... (21 replies)
... The two doctors specialize in neuromuscular disorders. I have met both, and I am being seen by Dr. David Saperstein. His partner is Dr. Todd Levine. ... (3 replies)
... research facility. They have all given up on finding the "cause" of the Peripheral Neuropathy in my feet, legs, and hands. He literally told me don't come back, all you can do now is go to a pain specialist. So I am on my own now, a personal quest now to figure it out. ... (1 replies)
... Reading TinaBB's post I can see that she is taking a lot of the "right stuff" for neuropathy issues, and still has some days up some days down. Pretty much like me. ... (34 replies)
... I was young when I got symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy. I didn't know what it was and why it just came from thin air. Several doctors including my family doctor attributed these symptoms to stress and anxiety. ... (24 replies)
... NCV findings, which showed no active denervation. Also by low reflexes both on legs and arms, pretty much symmetrical, but affecting more the legs. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Aslo and Thanks for writing!!! ... (14 replies)

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