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What to do if I have peripheral neuropathy in both feet. An emg showed I do not have one type. What is the other?

See a neurologist. The EMG may not have been definitive for sensory neuropathy but may have indicated autonomic neuropathy. Read more...
Many possible. Neuropathy is a condition resulting from abnormal nerve function. Neuropathy can be due to certain vitamin deficiencies, nerve damage due to trauma, alcohol consumption, radiation, side effects of certain medications, or due to certain medical conditions such as diabetes. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated and appropriately treated. Read more...

I've got peripheral neuropathy face, hand & feet. Some crawling sensation on trunk. Often hands forget theyre holding items & just let go. No diabetes?

Neuropathy. Diabetes is one of the causes of neuropathy. Other causes include but not limited to thyroid disorders, vitamin deficiencies, alcohol abuse, heavy metal poisoning, autoimmune causes, Lyme disease etc. Please kindly see your primary case physician to have a detailed evaluation. . Read more...

Apart from observations & a history of Diabetes 2, are there any blood test results that can provide evidence of peripheral neuropathy of the feet? If so, what are they? There is apparently good blood flow to the feet. A Dr is being consulted..

Neuropathy. As noted in your question the diagnosis is clinically suggested by history and physical examination;confirmed by testing (EMG) and subject sometimes to blood testing to uncover treatable causes. Read more...
Yes! Peripheral neuropathy has MANY different causes from toxicity,vitamin deficiency ,thyroid problems to other metabolic diseases If the diagnosis is established a whole array of tests may be indicated. Read more...