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Peripheral neuropathy results from damage to peripheral nerves in the body. These nerves carry signals between the central nervous system (the brain and the spine) and muscles, skin and other internal organs. When peripheral neuropathy first develops people often report a tingling or itching of the toes, but it can also start in the finger. Over time, the tingling gradually spreads the feet or the hands and the worst for an acute burning pain and / or throbs. People who have severe peripheral neuropathy may experience extreme pain and may have difficulty walking, sometimes requiring the help of a cane or wheelchair to get around.

People who have peripheral neuropathy usually experience symptoms on both sides of the body. In other words, peripheral neuropathy usually occurs in the two legs and / or both hands. Feelings can be constant or periodic. Sometimes they can not be noticeable while at other times they can be extremely uncomfortable.

Peripheral neuropathy is not only physically painful, it can also have a profound effect on quality of life. The natural instinct to reduce or avoid pain can prevent people from continuing with their daily activities, is going up and down stairs, visiting friends and relatives or go to work. This can cause great anxiety that can lead to a deep depression - serious emotional problems that can make life seem entirely frustrating.

NThis is my personal drama. I have taken all kinds of drugs, including tramadol and morphine; I am currently taking a "light dose" of methadone combined with Gabapentin, two Gabapentin tablets, and my infectious one says that he does not dare to mess with it, since the dose is already above that indicated, but who prescribes it was a neuro surgeon, Dr Alexandre Walter, who fought a lot, I believe, to open the and three doses of amitril, 75mg (three 25mg tablets) per day plus the morning combination of an antidepressant with chemical characteristics that "help in the fight against pain", duloxetine hydrochloride , 60MG.

And, I'll excuse everyone ... An imbecile, a stubborn and laced asshole, who I once helped to go through his crisis of "fear in his life" watched one or two videos of mine and made fun of me:

"You look really good for peripheral neuropathy."

I told her to go to a very, very, very distant place, I blocked her after sending her the documents I put in here, as well as the video she watched. It seems to me, she believes that those who are sick are automatically disgraced ... This must be the furniture that carried her towards me, in search of support and protection. And that's how she repaid me. Patience, God knows what he does. And, for the yes, for the no, I put some things here, to avoid, or at least to try to avoid, chicanery like the one that was made to me.

In summary, I do not go another ninety minutes without having to take some drug against the pain.

Sometimes getting rid of the circuit, believing it "has passed" and the delusion is not long, in fifteen minutes the tingling comes back and I, who know what that means, I return to the remedies, to avoid an even greater evil. Yes it is! I am fine. It remains to be seen how and when the future will be that gave me this card:

Understand that it is "with companion because the doctor does not consider" safe "to walk alone by the city

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

And this is the video that gave rise to the stupid sarcasm of the complete imbecile ... Yes, yes, I'm fine, read the report after the video. Some foolish creatures, and I well know that this is an insult to the Idiots' Club, seem to only believe in the misery or suffering of others when it can see that little or almost nothing can be done. And take soda, soda and more soda ad infinitum ...

Peripheral neuropathy

And despite this ... I do not think about healing....

This limits me greatly and therefore I rarely go out on the streets (only in cases of extreme necessity), being a prisoner of me and my pains. I also recommend for reading this text: Pain in Patients with HIV + It is also advisable to read this Another article

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