Hello all. I have been in pain for 3 years now. One doctor said it "could" be peripheral neuropathy but there haven't been enough studies done on it and another says it "could" be Neuralgia. I have been taking Neurontin since March of 06, 6 months after pain started. They tried conventional pain meds for the first 6 months with no improvement. No one will commit to a diagnosis and I have been fighting for my disability benifits since March of 06 and still nothing. The doctors just feed me pills and tell me to come back in 6 months. I have a lot of symptons comparable with MS but they say they have ruled that out. I have read that PPMS is the hardest to detect but they have quit testing me. I also read that diabetic numbers over 140 can cause nerve damage and the 1 time I was given a glucose tolerance test it hit 170 and was slow to come back down. The doctors say you have to hit 200. Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thanbk youReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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