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... a type of neuropathy that doesn't show up on EMG tests. Check out the threads on this board related to SFN and google "small fiber neuropathy." This type of neuropathy is not very common so you will not find a lot of info on it, plus doctors tend to not be familiar with it. ... (23 replies)
... This month marks the fourth year of having neuropathy symptoms in my hands, arms and legs with no diagnosis. It started after coming home from vacationing in the British Virgin Islands. ... (23 replies)
... I shall have to ask my doc for a vitamin B12 test. This seems to be a common trait among those with neuropathy. I am already on vitamin D supplement. ... (2 replies)

... I would like to talk to anyone out there who has significantly elevated vitamin B6 levels and who also has been diagnosed peripheral neuropathy. ... (17 replies)
... You are not the only one. I have neuropathy in my feet. I am not diabetic and it is not because of my back. ... (11 replies)
... in both arms, hands, legs and feet. The symptoms vary in intensity and frequency. I still expect to get some better since it can take up to two years. ... (14 replies)
... How much B6 did your vitamins contain? My had 50mgs within the multi. My neuro said that the nerves can 'regrow' but its at a very slow pace, I believe a mm or two a month. If B6 was an issue, who knows what other 'water soluble' vitamins can also cause problems. I still take 1000mg of C a day, calcium for osteopenia, vitamin D, zinc (small amount), and alpha lipoic acid for... (17 replies)
... am desperately seeking help. I was just diagnosed with neuropathy but doctors have no cause. ... (8 replies)
... I have had MRI's no pinched nerves, no signs of MS, and honestly they look fairly clear, all my vitamin levels were good except Vitamin D which now I take supplements. ... (2 replies)
... Riceneuroni, in reply to your question: Up until last July (when I had a bad flare up) I had been exercising 45 min. a day 3-4 days a week at a women's fitness center. I was pretty proud of myself as I began see muscles becoming firm & defined. There is no way I can exercise when I have a relapse. The horrible exhaustion that accompanies relapses becomes even worse upon... (30 replies)
... I'm pretty certain that all that has been checked but will look at that again. I failed to mention that I had a major neck surgery 7 months prior to the onset of this neuropathy. It was an Anterior Cervical Disc and Fusion. I had cervical discs removed from C3-C6, if memory serves me, I had a titanium (I think that's the metal used) plate with screws put in. It may have been... (35 replies)
Aug 11, 2006
... reater frequency in individuals over 50 and really has no cure. Some people have undertaken chemotherapy and plasmadialysis with some success. It does produce neuropathy as the protein can attach any organ but does seem to have an affinity for the nerves. ... (1 replies)
... It's a good idea to get your vitamin B12 (and D) level checked anually. These tests aren't normally requested by doctors and if they are low you can have problems. Low B12 can result in many possible symptoms including: fatigue, hair loss, ringing ears, neuropathy, palpitations, sciatic pain, and more. Many people are low/deficient in B12 and don't even know it. The low... (35 replies)
... Hi, your burning pain sounds like nerve issues. I would start by seeing a MS specialist to rule this out. You said you had a brain MRI but did not mention if they did your spine. Some people with MS have no lesions in their brain but have them in their spine. Plus there are numerous tests they can run to rule out other conditions. In addition, a neurologist can run a... (3 replies)
... Be aware many of us haveing Periphial neuropathy never find the cause because there are so many diff problems lumped under Neuropathy! ... (9 replies)
... Idiopathic neuropathy is only idiopathic because technology has not caught up to figuring out the cause yet. I've had every test available for discovering the underlying cause. ... (4 replies)
... It is group of symptoms that can result from many diff sources. ... (1 replies)

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