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Neuropathy and Swollen Ankles

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0.39% of the posts that mention Swollen Ankles also mention Neuropathy (100 posts)

Neuropathy

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Peripheral neuropathy is the term for damage to nerves of the peripheral nervous system, which may be caused either by diseases of or trauma to the nerve or the Adverse effect (medicine) of systemic illness.The four cardinal patterns of peripheral neuropathy are polyneuropathy, mononeuropathy,... Read more on Wikipedia

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Peripheral neuropathy is the term for damage to nerves of the peripheral nervous system, which may be caused either by diseases of or trauma to the nerve or the Adverse effect (medicine) of systemic illness.The four cardinal patterns of peripheral neuropathy are polyneuropathy, mononeuropathy,... Read more on Wikipedia
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and legs from it. It didn't seem to improve my neuropathy...
...(gabapentin). I had horrible swelling in my ankles and legs from it. It didn't seem to improve my...
I take Lyrica also for fibromyalgia & neuropathy, so you...
...Lyrica also for fibromyalgia & neuropathy, so you can take both of these drugs together. The Lyrica given enough time to build up a good dose of 225mg. a day helps a lot with ...ankle swelling,...
I take Lyrica also for fibromyalgia & neuropathy, so you...
...Lyrica also for fibromyalgia & neuropathy, so you can take both of these drugs together. The Lyrica given enough time to build up a good dose of 225mg. a day helps a lot with ...ankle swelling,...
your symptoms are caused by neuropathy, mine started off...
...your symptoms are caused by neuropathy, mine ...with it. My neuropathy has almost disappeared since I have gained much tighter control of my bg levels, still have ...you have swollen ankles, ...
but I am very concerned over my ankle with having neuropathy...
...feet/ankle swelling and he said anymore diruetics would hurt me. Anyway, I did ask him if I would be a good candidate for social security and he said yes, but that can't be done through the free c...
treatments, I had intermittent neuropathy, now it's back...
...It has been five weeks since my last Taxotere treatment and I have just developed swollen ankles, calves and hands. During ...Taxotere treatments, I had intermittent neuropathy, now it's back...
only managed to improve my neuropathy , but also my swollen...
...at all , but it seems by doings so not only managed to improve my neuropathy , but also my swollen ankles and other neuromuscular issues as well. When I tired...
walk, but between my neuropathy in my feet and my ankles...
...have to stand in line for rides.  I can walk, but between my neuropathy in my feet and my ankles swelling up, standing in line for 30 minutes or more for a ride is really...
a result of chemo treatment. This is sometimes debilitating...
...dealing with neuropathy as a result of chemo treatment. This is sometimes debilitating as my ...dealing with lymphedema. swelling in my ankles, and pain in my heels. I have moments of anxiety or...
I have neuropathy in my legs, gastroparesis, retinopathy,...
...with me. I have neuropathy in my legs, ...I've noticed in my ankle swelling and tonight I ...bottom of my foot. It isn't painful at all but I was wandering if anyone else has had this pro
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