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... Ive had Diabetic PN for about 2 years without much luck in finding anything for pain releif. I was on Neurontin for a year with no luck. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Rebecca, Welcome to the website, and I hope that some of the information here will prove helpful to you. I have been dealing with foot drop since November when I had surgery to repair a badly broken leg...I'm not a doctor, but the most important thing for you to find out is where your foot drop is coming from...I think it can come from the spine, hip, or knee and there... (6 replies)
... o her when she through her legs out and kicked my lower leg in the front right before the shin. It started bruising immediately and swelled. I could walk without pain so I knew the bone wasn't broken. I went home and iced it and decided to go to the doctor the next day if I was still swollen. ... (1 replies)

... weeks after the hip replacement because I had a staph infection. I wonder if I might have scar tissue that is impeding the nerve regeneration. ... (1 replies)
... sorry to read that you've had such a tough time with chronic pain. Our bodies are capable of adapting to so many things and it is encouraging to read that your pain seems to be getting less in the last 2 weeks. It's my understanding that nerves can heal and that it does take time, as you indicated. ... (2 replies)
... what have been termed "cervicogenic pain" syndromes. Cervicogenic headache is very common, though it is generally caused by trauma to the C1, C2, or sometimes C3 nerve bundles. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, that neuro doesn't make any sense in saying the damage is permanent whilst your still suffering considerable nerve pain, the nerves are not dead just injured and are sending confused signals to the central nervous system. ... (6 replies)
... minutes and I have learned to carry a pain pill and a muscle relaxant in a tiny bag in my bra. ... (3 replies)
... A neurologist has diagnosed me with severe sciatic nerve palsy after performing a nerve conduction study and a partial EMG. None of the nerves in my lower leg provided any response at all during the tests. ... (1 replies)
... S1 and my leg has been numb and weak ever since. Now doctors think a nerve was severed and there is no hope for regeneration. ... (8 replies)
... owner of SIX foot braces. None of which can stop the nerve pain. I was told I needed to give the nerve 18 months before having the postertier tibial tendon transfer. That surgery would not repair the nerve but only lock the foot in a 90 degree angle. ... (11 replies)
... issues, nerve recovery takes some time, even in the range of months or years. And sometimes this recovery is incomplete. ... (11 replies)
SFN Questions.
Aug 17, 2010
... I believe that this has spread to some other areas, and pain has given me it's worst lately. ... (19 replies)
... but there is no nerve regeneration formula yet, so you have to be patient. ... (1 replies)
... I had surgery in October 2001 to repair 2 herinated discs in my cervical area. Prior to surgery an EKG showed nerve dmage in my Tricep in a couple of other areas in my right arm. ... (0 replies)
Neurontin
Oct 21, 2004
... still taking the neurontin at 1400mg day. Feel great with the nerve regeneration. Am still able to function all day. Wish there was something I could take for the back pain. ... (123 replies)
... interaction is taking place..or even both. Getting your diabetes under control and finding pain meds that work are key to it all. ... (17 replies)


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