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Peripheral neuropathy (damage to nerves of the peripheral nervous system) can be treated by Gabapentin, Lyrica, Neurontin, Cymbalta, Amitriptyline hydrochloride (latest reports from 5,481 Peripheral neuropathy patients)
Burning mouth syndrome (pain in the mouth and burning sensation on tongue) has been reported by people with glossitis, parakeratosis, gastric ulcer, fall, tardive dyskinesia (latest reports from 366 Burning mouth syndrome patients).
On Sep, 25, 2016
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Have been taking wellbutrin for about 4 years or so. The last 6 months began to experience numbness in various parts of my body. My doctor suggested that there is a small chance it might be due to the drug so I'm weaning off of it now. Wondering if anyone else got off Wellbutrin and then experienced a reduction in symptoms.
I am 95% better after 3 years with NO coffee or tea - not even decaf (it's the acid); got off HCTZ for mild high blood pressure (it's a diuretic); no spicy foods; take only half a mild sleeping pill if needed occasionally instead of every night. It is so worth anything you have to do without to make your life livable!
Hello, I was diagnosed with PN almost 10 years ago, and since then, my feet have become quite numb - especially lately. A friend told me that Cayenne pepper helps. Have any of you heard that before? If so, how is it taken? (I don't like hot food, so I hope it comes in a capsule that won't cause ...
acute onset numbness , weakness, and gait abnormalities over year ago, other abnormal sensations/functions and pain came on later, symptoms involving mostly sensory and autonomic with some motor persist but fluctuate. have a hard time controlling and dealing with the pain especially. sometimes ...
I am in pain everyday! My life sucks! I just want to know how to get some relief! Most days I don't want to get out of bed! My feet and legs hurt the most on me but lately my hands are starting to hurt! On my right foot I have a lump on the bottom of my foot, I have bunions(big) on both feet, ...
I have been a diabetic type 2 for almost 12 years. As time goes by I suffered a heart attack and a stroke therefore all the medications listed. Recently, I noticed an pain in the leg accompamied by extreme muscle stiffness on the feet
I am 95% better after 3 years with NO coffee or tea - not even decaf (it's the acid); got off HCTZ for mild high blood pressure (it's a diuretic); no spicy foods; take only half a mild sleeping pill if needed occasionally instead of every night. It is so worth anything you have to do without ...
Have been taking wellbutrin for about 4 years or so. The last 6 months began to experience numbness in various parts of my body. My doctor suggested that there is a small chance it might be due to the drug so I'm weaning off of it now. Wondering if anyone else got off Wellbutrin and then ...
Seeking to join group on behalf of someone else. I think it would be valuable to explore this connection and person is currently unwilling. Hopefully, this person will decide to join soon. Developed involuntary movement symptoms and difficulty walking about 5 years ago. Many tests found no ...
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