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early stage of peripheral neuropathy

Hello everyone,

god willing someone will be able to help me. Homeopaths in my city charge 300$/visit. I am a student, 26 year old male and have been suffering from peripheral neuropathy for 1.5 years.

All my blood work is normal, MRI, etc.. I have been to all DR's and neurologists.

their conclusion, IDOPATHIC Neuropathy.... I hate those words. :(

I am very stressed out about this, its all i think aobut, I dont go a second without stressing about it.

This all started during last summer, I started getting tingling in my pinky finger and ulnar pathway . 1 month later it started on the other hands same location tingling.

2 months later both hands started to tingle all the fingers. I thought i had carpal tunnel, however, 1 month later both my feet started HEAVY tingling.

Now, my face (lips, nose, eye tic) tingle, my feet, and hands.

If I take 10 steps my feet are like a shockwave of tingling deep and constant.

Im very scared and anxiety about the situation is getting worse daily as my symptoms get worse.

My dr's say its a hyper sensitivity that begins when early nerve damage is present. They said there is nothing they can do .

I currently take B1, B12, Vit D.
I have tried hypericum, Rhus Tox, and Kali Phos. all at 30c potencies,

None of them did anything.

I hope someone has some suggestions .. Thank yoU!

Mite From Ottawa
  MightyMite on 2010-08-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
would just like to add that,

I sleep well through the night,
I wake up feeling good, but it doesnt take long for the symptoms to pop up ... I sleep with night splints on my hands to help.

ALso, throughout the day, myhands , feet, and nose are always ice cold...
MightyMite last decade
If you are taking some of the B vitamins, you should take ALL the entire B Complex as well. The reason being that only taking a few particular B vitamins will actually create an imbalance of B vitamin levels in your body which may be aggravating your condition even more.

The B vitamins need to work together as a whole or they will actually work against you. Low levels of Vitamin B6 can actually cause neuropathy. Even though they sell B6 seperately, it's wise to take it along with B-Complex.

The fact that your hands, feet and nose are cold indicates poor circulation which also aggravates this condition as well-so you want to take things that will help the vein flow- such as Ginkgo Biloba, Horse Chestnut, Butcher Broom herb, Garlic, Cinnamon, Lemon Balm herb and Ginseng.
Also, rubbing cayenne ointment over the tingly areas will help blood get to those areas as well.

Scullcap herb is one of the best for things like Carpal Tunnel syndrome,Tendonitis and nueropathy. So is St. John's Wort as well.

Valerian herb is also of great value for the nervous system! Oil of Evening Primrose helps prevent damage to the nervous system, and so does Magnesium in two dose of 800 mg daily.

Taking an Epsom salt bath really helps the body absorb magnesium quickly and you may find your systems really ease up after one bath.

Be patient and allow for about 6 weeks of consistant dosage for all of these things to work through your blood stream and take affect.
Boldylocks last decade

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