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... B12. A chronic lack of B12, if untreated, will result in nerve damage that manifests itself as searing pain or numbness in the extremities, a loss of sense of Balance, and a weakness in the legs. ... (21 replies)
... I do believe that the family of B vitamins do help, especially b12 methylcobalamin, cynocobalamin is still affective if you can't get methyl, many will disagree with cyno but thats all i used and some shots of hydroxocobablamin. ... (11 replies)
... B12 methylcobalamin supplements are good for general nerve support taken on empty stomache for max absorbtion. ... (41 replies)

... Hi again, typical signs of small fibre damage are burning, tingling, sharp prickly jabbing sensations and numbness can follow. ... (10 replies)
... so if the b12 methyl is available it is a much better option, at least 1 mg a day. ... (4 replies)
Sensory Neuropathy
Apr 14, 2008
... test will show up diabetes but some don't realize that nerve damage can happen even in a prediabetic state, tests for vitamin deficiencies like b12, b1, b6 and vitamin E, folate, toxins, some medications and even to much alcohol or Gluten sensitivity can cause PN and the list goes on and on. ... (11 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)
... Hi Marie: This is the first I have heard of the Metanx used by someone. My neuro gave me a prescription for that. It is really expensive and do you think it does anything? I take venlefaxine and Celebrex (I have arthritis too) as well as high vitamin D (I have been deficient in that with very low levels for more than a year). Thanks and have a good feeling day!:) (4 replies)
Test Results
Feb 29, 2008
... The axon runs right in the centre of the nerve then covered by the myelin sheath, the nerve signals transmit through the axon itself. ... (3 replies)
... There are tests that can prove your condition, 1 - nerve conduction test, 2 - emg, 3 - skin punch biopsy, any pain specialist that can't read the results or does not know how much pain neurpathy can cause, should not be in the feild. Once proven that you are in extreem pain a good pain doc should be able to medicate you enough to be able to have some quality tof life, even... (7 replies)
... I hope this answers some of your questions. And if you are suffering the same, let me offer you my prayers. (7 replies)
... to quick to blame diabetes as it is the most common cause of PN, but not everyone with diabetes gets peripheral neuropathy, it certainly is not the only cause of nerve damage, might be worth looking into if she has kept real good sugars levels over those 5 years but the nerves are still aggravated by something. ... (6 replies)
Oct 5, 2013
... Hi Lance Sorry you and your mom are suffern. Did your mom have any tests for her symptoms? Sounds like she may have Neuropathy (Nerve damage). Is your mom diabetic or was she diag with any other autoimmune disease? I was diag with small fiber neuropathy in 2012 by a skin biopsy. My started with pins and needles in my calves and burning pain under my feet. It has since... (1 replies)
... I ask this because with diabetes 2 the drug metformin is very commonly used, but it can deplete B12 levels over time which is a very important vitamin that is essential for nerve health. ... (7 replies)
... Hey, sorry for the super late reply. I haven't really been on medication. I've tried vitamin b12 as i'd read somewhere it helped. Hasn't really improved anything though. Yes, i've had muscle twitching all over, even eye twitches. ... (13 replies)
... Mike is 49 and when he was 16 he had a year of chemo which probably caused some nerve damage although he didn't have this pain until 2 years ago when this autoimmune process started. Mike was on a number of pain meds. ... (18 replies)
... welcome to this forum, there are many reasons for nerve damage or irritation, elavated blood sugars is a very common cause but certainly not the only one. ... (7 replies)
... injections once a month now was getting them once a week for 2 years but the nerve damage was to far gone.They check it once every 2 months because they might have to give them to me every other week if low. i have the inherited pernicious anemia. ... (16 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)
... 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)

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