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Nerve Damage R Side

Kayla-AnneKKayla-Anne Posts: 2
edited 12/24/2014 - 4:20 AM in Chronic Pain
I recently discovered I have nerve damage on my R side. I'm only 24, I have a very hard time walking, I do not really sleep, my R foot stays ice cold and gets worse with a lot of activity. We still do not know the cause
( its been almost 6 months since this all started). I'm just wondering if anyone has had similar issues, and what was the outcome. This has put my life completely on hold!! I can no longer drive or work or do anything I use to. Any feedback would be much appreciated.
Kayla norris


  • sandisandi Posts: 6,343
    edited 12/24/2014 - 4:22 AM
    Have you seen the doctor for an examination and any testing to see what might be causing the symptoms you are experiencing? What kind of doctors have you seen? What testing has been done?
    There are many medications that might be helpful, but first you need an accurate diagnosis of what the cause of the symptoms are.
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