Peripheral Neuropathy Cases
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Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that occurs due to nerve damage, typically leading to numbness or pain in the hands and feet. You may feel tingling or burning, even a loss of sensation in these areas. This condition can develop due to an infection, metabolic issues, toxic exposure, or even a traumatic injury. Diabetes often results in peripheral neuropathy. The symptoms can improve with time; this is especially true when the issue can be treated with specific medication or treatment options.
Some of the most common symptoms include:
- Burning pain
- Gradual numbness in feet / hands
- Electric-like pain
- Lack of coordination
- Sensitivity to touch
- Paralysis / muscle weakness
- Bladder control issues
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What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
Pinpointing the exact cause of this condition can be difficult, as there are numerous factors that can lead to neuropathy issues.
- factors leading to peripheral neuropathy include:
- Alcohol abuse
- Various autoimmune diseases
- Toxic exposure
- Viral or bacterial infections
- Trauma to the nerve
- Genetic disorders
- Vitamin deficiencies