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... e with neuropathy and one doctor who deals specifically with handling the symptoms and pain of neuropathy. Unfortunately I could not find anyone who endorsed the nerve supplements found on the web. ... (5 replies)
... I am not to sure what is going on with you, but i do know that alcohol is a neuro toxin and large amounts over time do drain the vitamin B out of one's system, vitamin B is essential for nerve support, in alcoholic neuropathy patients they are classicly low in thiamine especially, has any doctor tested your B1 & B12 levels ? its only a simple blood test, but keep in mind... (4 replies)
Vitamin b-6
Jan 22, 2010
... I started the WSN Nerve Support Formula about 7 or 8 weeks ago. I can't really tell if it's helped yet. I know I've got to give it some time. ... (24 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)
... 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)
... B12 methylcobalamin supplements are good for general nerve support taken on empty stomache for max absorbtion. ... (41 replies)
... istraction, this pain manifests itself with a vengeance. I used to have to awaken family members in the middle of the night to massage my leg along the peronneal nerve in order to get some relief. And it's even difficult to describe this kind of pain to anyone, unless you experience it yourself. ... (8 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)
... on that's a no brainer. However there seems to be a condition triggered by the diabetes in your case and unknown in others without diabetes that disrupts normal nerve health. ... (13 replies)
Looking for advice
Jul 31, 2012
... I was diagnosed with Peripheral Neuropathy a few years ago after they found out I had a B12 vitamin deficiency. I was tested in hospital by a Neurologist. ... (18 replies)
Vitamin B6 & B12
Aug 3, 2011
... B12 is great to take, but you need to watch how much B6 you take, since too much can be toxic. They support nerve health. I had locking fingers also, but mine were caused by nerves compressed in my cervical spine. ... (1 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 for the information. I've read on a couple other threads that people have had a lot of success with a product called Nerve Support Formula from a company called WSN. I ordered a bottle today and hope that it lives up to its 90 money back guarantee. ... (41 replies)
Need a lifeline
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)
... 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)
... 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)


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