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... 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)
... Hello, I am new to this website. I am going through the strangest episode that I think you may relate to. My older brother has pernicious anemia, which is the B12 deficiency in which one lacks intrinsic factor in the stomach. About 7 months ago, I started having some major neurological symtptoms, including burning in buttocks, right hamstring and thigh all the way to... (14 replies)
... I am 55 years old and have suffered from numbness and tingling in my feet and half way up my calves for about 3 years. I talked myself into thinking I had a neuroma but then the pain started and I could hardly walk. ... (14 replies)

... My Dr. tried to repair my broken humerus with im nail but when he tried to insert the locking screws, he wasn't paying attention to where my radial nerve was and the drill bit partially severed my radial nerve. I immediately had dropped wrist and fingers. ... (0 replies)
... From what I understand, you can't get too much vitamin B since it's liquid solvable, so I guess taking more can only help. ... (4 replies)
... s why I eventually relied on Vitamin B6, which was helpful for me. ... (6 replies)
... Although vitamin B6 doesn't help everyone, I did find that it took the edge off of the pain when it was very bad. ... (6 replies)
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... I heard taking vitamin b can help heal nerves. ... (4 replies)
... If so, is this nerve damage permanent, or can the symptoms go away if alcohol use is stopped. How long would it take for this to get better after a person stopped drinking? ... (2 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. I have very bad tingling in my hand, far worse than before surgery, if I don't hold or lay it above my heart in front of me. I can only hope my recovery will start to sound more like your... (38 replies)
... Thanks for keeping us posted - I'm truly thrilled for you - recovery sounds like it is on schedule - Rose (38 replies)
... Just a quick update-arm is healing nicely, I have full range of motion and the strength is getting a lot better this past week. Only thing that still bugs me is where the bone was shaved. Found a Vitamin E creme (30K IU so I guess it's pretty good), using that as a massage medium when I go over the scar bumps. I feel I'm doing pretty good for have a 3 in 1 surgery :) Thanks... (38 replies)
... Thanks Aussie, I may have to try this out if it works out to be ok with my other meds. I have a number of other health issues so have to be careful with interaction with my other drugs. I am a cancer survivor (3 x) and on meds for that yet as well as bloodpressure and heart and kidney problems so have to be careful. I will check things over with my doctor and may try your... (29 replies)
... them down as close to normal as possible, they won't heal if the blood sugars continue to be high, the diabetic neuropathy patients i spoke of are keeping their 3 monthly A1c tests below 6.0. ... (9 replies)
... n Peripheral Neuropathy, besides diabetes there are many, many other possibilities that can cause nerve damage that should be tested for, could be as simple as a vitamin deficiency like B1, B12, B6, vitamin E or even folate deficinency but there are heaps of other reasons that can be tested by blood and urine tests. ... (8 replies)
... Jason, for the burning I found a little relief with B1 100 mg x 3 times daily, unfortunatly it doesn't help everyone though. ... (41 replies)
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Jan 22, 2011
... I too go nuts due to constant nerve pain. It hurts to breathe, eat and walk. My problem stems from a brain malformation called Chairi. ... (2 replies)
... I saw my Neurologist today to discuss the results of my punch biopsy. I was informed that I have small fiber neuropathy.....with "significantly reduced epidermal nerve fiber density". ... (24 replies)
... they've done an EMG and Nerve Conduction Study which came back normal. ... (3 replies)




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