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Re: Peripherall neuropathy

Re: Peripherall neuropathy

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Posted by SADIE on April 21, 2000 at 03:10:53:

In Reply to: Re: Peripherall neuropathy posted by Judy on March 16, 2000 at 13:00:29:

: : : My friend is a 28 year old female. She has recently been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy. She has tingling in her legs, hands and feet. She feels like she is going crazy. The MD prescribed an anti seizure med and this has helped. She has no idea how she got this disorder? MD's are stumped. Any suggestions? She is otherwise healthy. She did have MMR vaccination in 1998. Could this be related? Sometimes PN just happens to people! Often no cause can be found. I know that she's frustrated, but she has to stay as healthy as possible in all other areas!
: My name is Judy, and I need some people with peripheral neuropathy to please write to me concerning their symptoms. I am having extreme pain in one foot and pain in the other foot. It feels like my foot is on fire. I work and I am on my feet the biggest portion of the eight hours. I also have the tingling, but the pain and the burning is the worst. Please, has anyone had any real succes with any type of medicine. Please write to me at JJKHUDD@aol.com. I would appreciate just having someone to talk with. No one understands the pain. "Oh, your feet hurt", they say. No It has gone so far past that state.

NEURONTIN WILL HELP A LOT WITH THE BURNING, PAIN, AND TINGLING. GIVE YOURSELF TIME TO ADJUST TO THE DROWSY SIDE EFFECT. YOU WILL BUILD TOLERANCE. YOU ARE NOT GOING CRAZY, I HAVE THE IDENTICAL THING.




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