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... I think it's great that you found the cause of your neuropathy and are making huge wonderful progress. It's GREAT to read success stories. ... (3 replies)
... My mother in law has similar issues and that's what she's convinced it is. It gets worse with sugar and wheat, so she's gluten free and stays away from her beloved sugar or she pays. Also mold affects it...whatever it is. ... (24 replies)
... Hello all , This condition is certainly frustrating. Trying to figure out medications...it stinks. I'm rather new to this. I have had symptoms for about 6 months, but finally got a dx. a few weeks ago. I just had my follow up visit at Cleveland Clinic to discuss my prognosis. Mine is idiopathic, which is a little un-nerving because you don't know what's lurking in your body... (110 replies)

... Hello all , This condition is certainly frustrating. Trying to figure out medications...it stinks. I'm rather new to this. I have had symptoms for about 6 months, but finally got a dx. a few weeks ago. I just had my follow up visit at Cleveland Clinic to discuss my prognosis. Mine is idiopathic, which is a little un-nerving because you don't know what's lurking in your body... (110 replies)
... skeptical. Yes I was screened for the usual underlying causes and they were all negative. Question, if you tested negative for celiac, is it useless trying to go gluten free. You get desperate and I really would like to get off this medication. I have already scaled back on the Neurontin. ... (110 replies)
... I thought gluten sensitivity had symptoms like stomach pains rather than the symptoms I am experiencing. None of the doctors I have seen have even hinted at this. ... (9 replies)
... Thamnks you all so much. I had just read about gluten sensitivity. I'll check that out for sure. Thanks again. ... (5 replies)
... Agree with dahlek ... about gluten sensitivity and your symtoms in the stomach and intestines. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry for all your symptoms penschaef. It wouldn't hurt to try the diet. You never know. Once doctors come up with nothing then we're on our own. Research what gluten is and avoid that and dairy for six months and see what happens. You never know. Good thoughts coming your way. ... (30 replies)
... I'm not surprised by this. I discovered my "idiopathic" neuropathy was being caused by gluten intolerance. It is basically an allergic reaction to gluten and really messes up the intestinal tract. It is also currently being suspected as the leading cause of colon cancer. ... (4 replies)
Neurontin users
Jan 26, 2005
... Hi, gluten is found in wheat, rye and barley. I'm not gluten intolerant according to the latest available blood tests. ... (115 replies)
... Hi, I'm not sure if you're asking how to find a gluten allergy or the cause of neuropathy. As far as the 100 or so causes, I just read everything I could about neuropathy from good medical websites. After several mentioned that specific number I accepted it. ... (4 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)
... 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)
... It's really important for everyone with idopathic neuropathy to consider this even when supplements and vitamin shots don't work. ... (45 replies)
... I am new to this board. Also have been struggling with neuropathy and becoming so frustrated with doctors. If SxS don't fit the ideal picture, it sdoestn exist. ... (11 replies)
Frustrated Newbie
Dec 11, 2004
... Wish we had an answer for you, Don, but sadly each case of neuropathy is different. ... (7 replies)
... Idiopathic neuropathy is only idiopathic because technology has not caught up to figuring out the cause yet. I've had every test available for discovering the underlying cause. ... (4 replies)
... and I can handle the gluten free diet. I wonder if it is for "all" types of neuropathy, particularly facial. ... (19 replies)
... itled Celiac Neuropathy. Incidentally he is my neurologist and one of the leading authorities and researchers in peripheral neuropathy. He is Director, Perpheral Neuropathy Center at Cornell University Medical Center in NYC. You would have to look far and wide to find a better neurologist and or compassionate human being. ... (13 replies)




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