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... removed from my spine on Dec. 1,2005 the lipoma was causeing urinary inconstance along with a sciatic pain.Had to have surgery due to the lipoma pressing on the nerves in my legs,bladder and bowels.So after 8 hours of surgery and a 10 inch scar down my spine . ... (16 replies)
... I am now a big fan of Cymbalta and wanted to share my expience. I had been taking it along with Gabapentin for over 2 years now for the pain associated with my SFN. It is an expensive drug, plus I was feeling so good that I wondered how much this expensive med was helping. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your reply! I'm kinda new to all this and need any and all suggestions. ... (7 replies)

... up,traversed from my arms and legs fully "asleep" when I would wake up in any position, muscle weakness and twitching was next in line for me, blurred vision,and it did affect my coordination only a bit, up until this day. The walk on glass feeling appeared when I would walk on a mere carpet. ... (24 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your pain and suffering Rising Parrot. One thing that may be different for Machine is that he doesn't mention any balance issues. ... (24 replies)
... ady present type of RLS component i have in my RSD was hidious.quick,very quick taper was done and that was even worse than while "on' the cymbalta.nasty for me anyways. ... (8 replies)
... has been the medication of choice for trigeminal neuralgia, so it should be something your doctor would want to consider. ... (17 replies)
... yeah i was really fortunate in a way that the cymbalta made me numb for 24 hours. like, emotionally numb. not sad or angry or suicidal. totally emotionless. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Cocoa76 I feel bad for u as I had the same problem with my GP. He would not run any tests and the only pain med he would give me is Tylenol 3. ... (6 replies)
... a cervical spinal cord injury. I have so far avoided any prescribed medications, because I didn't want the side effects, but I have an extremely high tolerance for pain. I do take some supplements which have helped me, including Alpha Lipoic Acid and B vitamins, which seem to help the nerves repair. ... (2 replies)
... etc. am still taking lyrica with increased dosages over the years..also on percocet which helps me to forget this demon that has invaded my body. I pray to God for a soon cure for this disease..will include you in my prayers.. ... (16 replies)
... nerve conduction study, Dr. said left leg nerves were slow and angry but would heal. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the info. ... (4 replies)
... I can't answer to polyneuropathy, because I don't know for sure. ... (4 replies)
... me to be on my feet, even though they are pretty numb. Yep, I know about dropping things with these numb hands. I hope you have explored all the possibilities for pain control. I take Cymbalta plus 300 mg of Gabapentin twice a day, and this combo seems to keep me without significant pain. ... (3 replies)
... I've been dealing with severe stabbing pains in the back of my head for over 30 years, starting in high school. ... (3 replies)
... I'm a little bit confused about your diagnosis, hopefully you can clear things up for me. ... (4 replies)
... or balance problems, severely abnormal nerve conduction and EMG tests, showing many nerves absent. My legs move ok for awhile, then turn to lead and make walking a challenge. ... (3 replies)
... m glad you found the boards. There are lots of people here with neuropathy, which is a terribly painful and frustrating problem. Since there are different causes for neuropathy, I would not just assume it is from the diabetes, and would get checked all other reasons for it in case you have multiple causes. ... (1 replies)
... years for my pain in my feet to go away because it takes that long for the nerves in your spine to regenerate. Still in severe pain worse then before surgery. Thank goodness my back still doesn't hurt the only thing is my feet. ... (24 replies)

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