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... t it is. Research and changing my diet has gotten rid of my neuropathy. I'm pain free and med free now because of diet change. I found out some primary causes of neuropathy are nutrient deficiency and the main causes for that include gluten intolerance and bacterial overgrowth. ... (2 replies)
... The swelling in my ankles that has been nearly constant since starting neuropathy last year has subsided except for a small amount late in the afternoons when I've been busy. ... (13 replies)
... Some people are allergic to a substance called gluten found in wheat, rye and barley. My doctors were shocked to discover this gluten intolerance had no gastric symptoms for me. ... (6 replies)

... Hi Lil'Pea, I've had neuropathy for 26 years (got it when I was 6 1/2 years old). The course of neuropathy can be variable for each person - in my case (i have CIDP) it was relapsing-remitting (I would be paralyzed at times & okay at times) until about 2 years ago, now my disease is behaving like progressive M.S. (I've developed CNS symptoms) - some causes of neuropathy are... (10 replies)
... t because I got no help from all my doctors. They wouldn't help me find out why I had PN. There were no tumors or cancer so they were stumped. When I asked about gluten intolerance I was told it was bunk and should avoid such information. They're singing a different tune now that I'm cured. ... (7 replies)
... Jason, I know a guy that had been classed as idiopathic small fibre he tested negative for celiac disease but tried a gluten free diet anyway and said he has definatly improved and is sticking to the diet, this guy does a lot of neuropathy research and told me that he read 20% of people have been tested negative for celiac by blood tests, but have tested positive for celiac... (41 replies)
... Hi Aussie, Thanks for your very detailed and knowledgeable post. Prior to the skin bioplsy my neurologist did to the EMG/NCT as well as a full blood work up and the results were negative. So it seems I have idiopathic SFN. I am taking neurotin with little relief except for sluggishness and fogginess, and metathanyx -- a vitamin B supplement. While my symptoms were at... (4 replies)
... Hi, great to read of Mikes success, not only small fibre neuropathies but also axonal and demyelinating type neuropathies may respond to elimination of gluten from the diet, gluten sensitivity should be considered in patients with idiopathic neuropathy even when gastrointestinal symptoms are absent. ... (1 replies)
... I have the same thing, only it is in both of my feet, progressing to my thighs. My diagnosis is Peripheral Neuropathy with unknown cause or idiopathic peripheral neuropathy involving the small fibers. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Jason, I'm trying the Gluten-free diet, although I too tested negative for celiac disease. I thought I would give it a try. I don't think it is really helping though, but I'm going to stick with it. I'm trying many supplements that are beneficial for Neuropathy, so far I don't think they make a huge impact, but I do think it's important to have a healthy diet and lifestyle,... (41 replies)
Neurontin users
Jan 24, 2005
... My neuropathy was in my feet and put me in a wheel chair because even the slightest touch of anything was unbearable. ... (115 replies)
Frustrated Newbie
Nov 24, 2004
... I just received an online newsletter concerning diabetic neuropathy from a very well known doctor. He's suggested finding a Licensed Medical Doctor that specializes in herbs and acupuncture. ... (7 replies)
... The pheripheral neuropathy is painful or to some numbness or no feeling at all. ... (4 replies)
Jun 19, 2004
... are at research institutes. I've read that on the web from several places. I don't understand it. Anyway, hang in there and keep looking for the cause. Mine was gluten intolerance. ... (5 replies)
... Two of the main causes for a body to not absorb B12 correctly is eating gluten when the body is allergic to it or general bacterial overgrowth. Gastric symptoms may or may not be present in either case. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Everybody, Banjoboy, So sorry to hear about your concerns, especially with your wife's passing from it. Is this a rare condition? Don't think the worst! While you're waiting for the doctors, maybe you can focus on finding some vitamin treatments or something. I've been doing that a few months and it's really helping keep my sanity. I have some incredible news to... (30 replies)
... Everyone with B6 toxicity has. I bet he is taking a multivitamin with B6 or was! (1 replies)
... My husband has small fiber neuropathy with no cause yet. He has been tested for so many things, but there is no cause yet. His symptoms started 10 years ago and have gotten worse. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed some weeks ago with idopathic peripheral neuropathy which has affected my feet - numbness, stabbing pains, burning when walking or standing too much. Went to see a Neurologist and had all the tests. Have been placed on Lyrica and anti-depressants For the past two days I have been experiencing a tingling/pins and needles in my left hand going up my arm... (2 replies)
... hour glucose tolerance test, , B12 levels, gluten sensitivity, toxins, hypothyroidism,etc, if these tests are negative then you do need a PN specialist to do the rest of the testing. ... (4 replies)

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