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#1 Feb 14, 2013
Does anyone know a pain Dr. who prescribes pain medication for diabetic neuropathy? I have pain so bad in my feet I can hardly walk. I have been given Neurontin and Lyrica and they both work some but not nearly enough. They just take away some of the shocking feeling and needle like stabbing pain, but the big pain is still there.I know most Drs don't like to give pain medication due to drug abuse, but does anyone know a Dr. who might help me? Thanks.
#2 Feb 15, 2013
I would use alpha lipoic acid orally, along with a topical pain relief product called Tendonex. Attacking it from the inside and outside should give good relief.
#3 Feb 15, 2013
You probably need some meth to dull the pain. I hear medical meth is coming soon.
#4 Feb 15, 2013
I've been a diabetic for years and currently suffering from neuropathy as well. pain meds do not work on neuropathy. ask your doctor about increasing your nerve meds instead of looking for a pain pill distributor
#5 Feb 21, 2013
I agree with working on the inside and out. I believe B vitamins also helpful.
I suggest you look at Avalon Quantum LED Lights with frequencies added.
The Lights increase circulation which creates new capillaries. And increase the Nitric Oxide production. That is a feel good molecule.
Many people using these particular lights have great success eliminating the not only their pain, but the neuropathy.
If interested let me know and I can send you more info.
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