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... I have had slow progressing neuropathy for aboout 10 years and no diabetes. Your condition sounds like mine but much worst. ... (13 replies)
... Last June 09, I discovered something that is working for my husband 's neuropathy symptoms. He is 65, on Neurontin 800 3x day, and cymbalta for pain relief. ... (0 replies)
... Marie, absolutely no idea why he wouldn't do it its completely painless. The only reason I could think is that even if diagnosed small fibre neuropathy can only be treated with medication as there is no cure. Still as I said before you do have a right to know. ... (15 replies)

... mimi, it depends on what is causing the nerve damage, if the cause can be found and if it can be rectified then yes there is hope for improvement, the healing process is a very slow process though and depends on how much damage there is to heal. The general misconception of PN is that PN a disease itself, but this isn't really true, the continuing destruction of the... (17 replies)
... Have you had an EMG to support the diagnosis of neuropathy? ... (21 replies)
... This post is not about what made me better, it is about how I found it. What caused my neuropathy may not be what is causing yours, but the research techniques I used to find the solution can help. ... (4 replies)
Sensory Neuropathy
Apr 14, 2008
... Hi Jenny, what tests have they done on you to evaluate your condition ? ... (11 replies)
... The only thing I can offer is that I took Simvastatin for six years after bypass surgery, and then was switched to Atorvastatin for the last three years. ... (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)
... Myrrh oil recently, was told it was the cure. It didn't help either so I'm interested in what you are referring to as RT creme, what is that? ... (29 replies)
... Thanks Sandy, That's great information. I will look into it. Maybe let me know how it works for you. Heather B (10 replies)
... pain syndrome is a horrific disease of the nerves. It is a lot like neuropathy. But RSD is leaps and bounds more painful with more symptoms. It shares some with neuropathy like burning, edema,and a few others. But RSD also causes your bones to hurt. ... (40 replies)
... but small fiber neuropathy is big time inflammation. You might not like the next part and its exercise, you have to do it will help with inflammation you have to force yourself, the answer is not going to lie in a pill always, you have to change your life, oh and drink lots of water. ... (12 replies)
Sensory Neuropathy
Jan 29, 2005
... There are actually a lot of diff kinds of Neuropathy affecting diff body parts for diff reasons. you have to understand that "Neuropathy" is a word loosly used in describing symptoms of something wrong with the nerve. It's a symptom, not a disease! ... (7 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about this pain affecting a child. And having to endure an EMG when you are already in terrible pain must have been terrible. It was unbearable for me, and I spent 20 years in the army. My heart goes out to all. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks very much for your input and observations, 7ember. I can't imagine the suffering you've experienced for so long, and am profoundly pleased that you eventually found something to bring relief for even some of the time. Honestly, I'm not sure I'd have the courage to endure it for as long as you have. ... (21 replies)
... pain and the "crampy spasms" in my foot and calf drive me crazy. On another post you listed a number of supplements that you found helpful. I plan to try them. ... (9 replies)
... Yes. 200 twice a day is a nice low dose. Sounds like you have a careful DR. Starting low is the best way to go so you can find out what your reactions are. Generally after you handel that dose they will add more if that low dose does not mask the pains enoough for you. ... (38 replies)
... Well the doc should be helping you rule out what the cause of the Neuropathy is before comeing to the conclusion that there is no cure for it. Neuropathy is really a genaric term for problems with the nervous system. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, this can caught you by surprise, one day you're ok and the next thing you know you're filled with symptoms and desperately searching for a cure, or at least for answers about this condition. ... (4 replies)

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