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... I have been reading the posts here for some time and finally got up enough nerve to post. ... (5 replies)
... Your body systems automatically tries to run to the rescue and fix whatever is wrong..even when it dosen't know what to fix. This over working of the systems makes us tired and is hard on our systems. ... (7 replies)
... It was an allergy to gluten. The stuff can cause severe gastric problems that prevents the body from absorbing nutrients, specific to neuropathy is B12. The wild part is that there were no symptoms before the neuropathy hit. ... (7 replies)

... Wow, when I read this I see so much of myself in this post. I was a normal 18 year old boy when my symptoms first started. I literally was fine one day and in pain the next. Burning in the feet, legs, abdominals, back, and torso. I suffered from extreme fatigue. And depression because of my pain. ... (11 replies)
... Finally was able to see a neurologist and had and EMG done this week which confirmed ulnar neuropathy. I have done numerous blood tests and am going to do a 24 hour urine test. He is seeing my again at the end of December. I don't know why we are waiting so long to meet for a followup. ... (11 replies)
... was on October 5, 2004 after a 3 hr nerve conduction test at John's Hopkins Hospital. Now just 3 weeks later, I am suffering from skin pain on my abdomen, back, and right leg. It feels like a severe sun burn. My regular neuro gave me neurontin and lidocaine patches. ... (30 replies)
... Katie, thank you SO much for replying. I actually was tested just recently for heavy metal toxicity and it was negative. I have never had a spinal tap and I still wonder about that as they have never ruled out MS. ... (5 replies)
... You also may have back or neck issues causing some of your pain. That is why you need to have a MRI of your neck and spine. ... (3 replies)
... The very first time this ever happened to me, I think it was from a drug reaction and neurontin cleared it up. Now neurontin doesn't touch it, but it helps my pain to some degree and it helps me sleep, at least. ... (11 replies)
... efully its nothing, but if it is something, such as something malignant or something serious along those lines, time can be an important factor. Good luck to you and many blessings, keep us posted. ... (5 replies)
... Neurontin and Lyrica can help with nerve pain, just watch yourself for side effects. I'm very sensitive to meds so I particularly feel a need to say that. ... (5 replies)
... No never in the military. (7 replies)
... I understand what you are saying I am just tring to put my finger on the reasons I got feet and leg pain. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, Sandilynn. Your list sounds a lot like mine and I ended up with MS along with other Dx but I think they like to put names on things... ... (5 replies)
... tasia on the brain but I have seen specialists regarding that and even sent my latest MRI to a world renowned neurologist that specializes in these malformations and he said he does not feel that my symptoms are caused by this lesion at all and he sees no reason to have concern about it. ... (5 replies)
... Neurologists will look, ask the standard questions, and do the standard tests but after that it's hard to get them to look further. You never foget the beginning and the pain.. oh that pain.. ... (7 replies)
... Both Prednisone and IVG treatment, and also plasmapheresis, are the first line of treatment, as it is the case of GBS. ... (3 replies)
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... Last October, I began having neurological problems seemingly "out of the blue". My symptoms began with paresthesia in my right pinky and ring fingers on the finger on my left hand three days later. The sensations were intermittent and not severe at the time. ... (21 replies)
... I have just been tentatively diagnosed with something called Celiac disease. It is a profound, inherited intolerance to the gluten in wheat, barley, rye, and oats. I cannot eat even a minicule amount. ... (11 replies)

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