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Neurological Causes Of Toe Neuropathy

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Drug Induced Neuropathy

I have taking Truvada for the past 3 yrs along with Lexiva started about a yr ago. I have had numb toes which is progressively worsening for the past 8 months. I know Truvada has a low probability of causing neuropahty. If a drug is the offender...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...deficiencies, diabetes status, et cetera) and possibly a neurology consult to better define the nature/extent of the peripheral neuropathy. Individual components of your regimen can rarely contribute to peripheral neuropathy. If no other cause... Read more »

Periphreal neuropathy and alcohol

Doctor: I hear alcohol can cause periphreal neuropathy, but why is that.? If you catch it in time... Read more »

Neuropathy or sciatic nerve?

Diagnosed 1994, CD4 currently 440, low 41 with PCP 2 years ago, suddenly extreme pain in left leg... Read more »
Articles
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Understanding and Managing Peripheral Neuropathy

...paresthesias (abnormal sensations such as numbness, tingling, pricking, burning, or creeping). Symptoms typically start in the toes and progress over a period of weeks to months, slowly moving upward to involve the lower limbs up to the knees.... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Peripheral Neuropathy

...nuisance or a disabling weakness. It is usually a feeling of pins and needles, burning, stiffness, or numbness in the feet and toes. It can also be tickling sensations, unexplained pain, or sensations that seem more intense than normal. PN... Read more »
Being Alive

Manage Peripheral Neuropathy

...was recently diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy. I still have feeling in my fingers, but I've lost most of the feeling in my toes. Do you have any advice on ways I can manage this condition through exercise or supplementation? Peripheral... Read more »
The Well Project

Peripheral Neuropathy and HIV/AIDS

... Table of Contents What Is Peripheral Neuropathy? What Causes PN? Who Is at Risk of Developing PN? How Do You Know if You Have PN? PN Treatments Finding Support Read more »
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Toes are numb on both

Posted by Rivy, 6 Replies
... However, it's gotten worst the past few months and I can't go or do anything without having this neropathy in both my feet toes. Is there anything out there that can cure it without surgery. I just received a RX from my doctor called... Read more »

Neuropathy

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...few weeks away from my conclusive result. Hoping to ease my mind a bit. I have read that neuropathy generally starts in the toes, then moves up gradually and may even involve the fingers but doesn't really go above the knees. Is this the case... Read more »

Neuropathy

Posted by ScotCharles, 7 Replies
...I have developed very bad neuropathy in my left foot that makes it difficult to walk without a cane. Several times recently, I have lost all strength on the left Read more »

Neuropathy

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
... They don't last very long (seconds usually) and there seems to be no pattern as to where they strike (shoulder one minute, toes the next). Along with this I also have like small muscle twitches that, again, occur anywhere. I know usually PN... Read more »