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... mg 4 times a day. I feel pretty good with Lyrica 300mg twice a day the oxycodone and cymbalta 30mg twice a day. My pain meter is about a 6 which is bearable. My feet are still numb and I occasionally stumble from hang foot. We will see what the epidural does. Thanks.. ... (3 replies)
... Matt, I too am trying to discover the cause of my "idiopathic small fiber peripheral neuropathy. ... (21 replies)
... Axonal sensorimotor polyneuropathy just means that the nerves that provide feeling and those that cause movement are both affected. It is affected the legs and it is moderate to severe. What does the neurologist say is the cause of this? ... (3 replies)

... For me, the bottoms of my feet, my toes, and parts of the top part of my feet are numb. I certainly know that they're there, especially when I have severe shooting pains. ... (22 replies)
... get a tingling sensation periodically throughout each day. What could cause this? ... (7 replies)
... all the same symptoms, been from doctor to doctor took twenty meds at one time. he came for a visit and was drugged up the only thing in his suitcase was a pair of slippers. He even wore a Lidocaine patch for six moths and did not tell doctor until he ended up in the emergency room. ... (11 replies)
... for several years now and am so thankful I don't have pain for the most part. But my feet and legs just feel asleep all the time. And my balance is bad. It's like the bottom of my feet are rounded and not flat. ... (5 replies)
... I am a few weeks short of being 25, and have been a heavy drinker for almost ten years. ... (8 replies)
... and I wasnt on nearly that many drugs. I will tell you one thing that helped. I keep forgetting to post this as it's kind of convoluted. ... (29 replies)
... Shimz, I think I first had symptoms of the neuropathy about 2 years ago. I thought my feet hurt due to wearing the wrong types of shoes and walking so much. The pain was only on the bottom of my feet then. ... (22 replies)
... uropathy. Neuropaty is a word that describes a "symptom or a sensation one feels" when a nerve or nerves are not operateing properly.. The trick is to find the cause of the symptom. ... (7 replies)
... rays and found nothing that could cause the problem and sent me to a Neurologist. ... (45 replies)
... Us sufferers of if would love for it to "go" even temporarilay. ... (18 replies)
... Dec that the right foot would get red on top of the nerve pain. Around January, I reached a point where I could not wear any shoes. I was walking around in Teva's in the middle of winter. ... (3 replies)
... ook until 2008 to finally get a diagnosis. I saw 2 neurologists and 2 rheum's. I had previously been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis 20 years earlier. The cause of my SFN is related to my RA as described by both neuros. ... (16 replies)
... Muscle Biopsy done at the same time back in 2001. Because I have Neuropathy in my feet, and my feet are totally numb anyway, the biopsy just made that foot feel a lot more number if that makes sense. ... (2 replies)
Sep 27, 2001
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Sep 9, 2001
... I was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy in January of this year. ... (6 replies)
... y to hear it took you so long to be diagnosed! I guess it's good you know what caused your SFN but I'm sorry you have to experience it. I hope you can find a way of helping your symptoms lessen. Does mild exercise help at all? ... (16 replies)
... I almost always wake up with my arms completely numb and immovable. It takes a while but feeling does come back and I am able to move around again. ... (4 replies)

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