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Best Otc For Neuropathic Pain
Neuralgia is also known as Nerve pain. Neuralgia is a condition in which there is a sharp, unexpected pain along a nerve that is due to the irritation and damage of that nerve. Chemicals, diseases such as diabetes, medications, previous surgery, and trauma are potential causes of neuralgia. Numbness and weakness of the muscles supplied by the ...Read more
Gabapentine/pregabaline/duloxentine which one is best for neuropathic pain with minimum sideeffect?
Not easy: This is not easy to answer as different people respond to each medication in their own way and with different benefits and potential side effects and adverse effects. Ask your doctor about this as they know you and may be able to help you choose based on you and your medical needs and history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neuropathic pain: First, if the neuropathy is from diabetes, getting your blood sugar under control is very important to prevent worsening of the condition. Medications such as gabapentin, lyrica, gralise, or metanx have been shown to be helpful in certain cases. Topical creams are also used in some cases. Tens units can block painful stimuli from being interpretted by your brain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neuropathic pain: Is result of disease or damage to the somatosensory nerves, such as in spinal cord injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, herpes zoster, hiv, tumors, nutritional deficiencies, toxins or direct nerve injury. Stress is not direct cause, but can exacerbate the pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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