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Vitamin question
Jun 19, 2012
... I have read on here about the use of vitamin B as a good supplement for nerve damage. What kind of vitamin B, and what dosage? ... (4 replies)
... I can't claim to understand your particular pain or the other things you're dealing with, but I also have dealt with extreme pain since my first nerve surgery some 32 years ago, about 6 months after I graduated from high school. ... (17 replies)
... and on meds for that yet as well as bloodpressure and heart and kidney problems so have to be careful. ... (29 replies)

... Hi, i am not really sure why nerve signaling can go erractic when resting, i know i had the same trouble myself and many others do as well. ... (29 replies)
... The 1st surgery was great and brought a lot of relief for about one year. Then I felt like a pop in my arm almost as if something let go and I got the second one and the nerve was badly entrapped in scar tissue. The dr. ... (9 replies)
... strenght Tylenol every 3hours doesn't help or is good for the liver... ... (25 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia and polyneuropathy back in 1996 or so. My B12level was 76 and I had irreversible nerve damage do to the length of time I was so deficient. I still have polyneuropathy as a permanent companion. ... (14 replies)
... low b12 which mainly affected my small fibre nerves and i did have some large nerve damage as well going by EMG testing.. ... (4 replies)
... months for the nerves to fully heal of they are not damaged beyond repair. ... (5 replies)
... The only B vitamin to be carefull of is B6, it can build up in your system and cause nerve damage, there should be enough b6 in a good quality multi b supplement. ... (25 replies)
Vitamin b-6
Jan 29, 2010
... Laurie, Aussie and I were speaking of B6, and he was explaining to me that it can cause greater nerve damage, but it has to be a greater amount than what I'm taking. ... (24 replies)
... aluating nerve damage, then once that is known they try to find the cause which can be the hard bit unless its something pretty easy to diagnose like diabetes or vitamin deficiencies, seeing its bilateral lower extremities affected an MRI of the lower spine may be useful. ... (1 replies)
... d 480 mg daily, they all have a purpose and worked for me, but the main thing with me was fixing the cause which was the higher than normal blood sugars, i aimed for sugars to be as close to a person that is not diabetic. ... (6 replies)
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... I'm 23 years old and recently quit drinking for good. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the advice and support. It's been tough. ... (4 replies)
... The previous poster is spot on, it takes a long time for nerves to heal, can take months to years depending on the amount of damage there is. ... (5 replies)
... s why I eventually relied on Vitamin B6, which was helpful for me. ... (6 replies)
... ho. The only true tests of how your body is USING these components is thru biopsies and that's not usually done unless something really critical is going on. I for one, don't want to volunteer for the biopsy route. ... (3 replies)
... I cannot believe you have full range of motion already, good for you!!! I had submuscular transposition surgery 6 days ago and I can curl my arm up to my collarbone but not straighten it out. ... (38 replies)




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