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... Did you ever get a nerve release surgery in the knee? ... (4 replies)
... For many of you with longstanding diagnoses of peripheral neuropathy, particularly those who have sensory motor neuropathy with demyelination and neuroaxonal type disease, this may be familiar sounding. I have an idiopathic, probably inherited combination of several variants of CMT. ... (3 replies)
... ll to make a long story short, it was last march 05 when this suddenly occured, I did slip bad back in march but didn't hink anything about that till I went to a foot Dr for the burning in my feet, I told her I had bad burning bilaterally in my feet and a numblike sensation also and In the front of my thighs too! ... (15 replies)

... I have had peripheral neuropathy since 1998 and it feels about like you describe. I don't know what a chiropodist is, but I assume you must have seen a neurologist as you are taking Lyrica. What did the neurologist tell you? ... (4 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)
... Hi, I'm 53 years old and have had neuropathy for 8 years and it came upon me suddenly. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, Jen...i read your post. I cannot believe your doctor doesn't want to give you pain medication that wll help, other than Lyrica. I have had burning pain in both legs for years. To begin with, had to go through the testing and the general medicines that didn't much help, similar to you. ... (24 replies)
... and you are not bleeding to death. ... (2 replies)
... in fact you can find support and information here under the title page of "neuropathy". I too have almost all the identical problems you just listed, in terms of balance and changes in the bony structure of the feet. My podiatrist calls them "skinny, bony and bad", which shows he has run out of technical terminology. ... (14 replies)
... m glad. When I first started it a year ago it took two months before I started to feel even a little different and another month before I was able to get up out of the wheel chair. I'm so glad this job didn't lay me off like the last one. The joints have calmed down too and I'm feeling a little more energetic. ... (30 replies)
... Is it only on your left foot and ankle, and not anywhere else in the body. It could be damage to the nerve in that area, or pinched nerve. ... (4 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear of your discomfort. ... (6 replies)
... I am new here but am so glad I found this message board. I have had questions about neuropathy and noone to ask. I will try and not run us out of room. ... (5 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)
... Ok.. quick background. I've have been having some issues with poor circulation, or so I'd guessed. ... (16 replies)
... don't get online but every few days. NOOOO WAY are you being a baby!! Pain is real and it's a VERY EVIL MASTER that all of us here serve, unwillingly, I might add!! ... (13 replies)
... Severe Myofascial Pain Syndrome, and Arachnoiditis. There are other health problems, but these are the ones that are multiplying the foot and leg pain. ... (31 replies)
... Have you had an EMG to support the diagnosis of neuropathy? ... (21 replies)
... however, I do know what it's like to have this horrible condition for months. ... (9 replies)
... lasting. When did you have a MRI? ... (2 replies)




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