Your peripheral nervous system connects the body nerves from your brain & spinal cord i.e central nervous system to the rest of your body. This system includes your:
- Arms & Hands
- Feet & Legs
- Internal organs
- Mouth & Face
The function of these nerves is to deliver signals, physical sensations towards brain.
Its a disorder which occurs when these nerves malfunction because they’re damaged due to some reason or destroyed. This disrupts normal functioning of nerves. They may send signals of pain when there’s no pain or vice versa. This can be because of:
- an injury
- systemic illness
- an infection
- an inherited disorder
The situation is uncomfortable, but treatments can be extremely helpful. The most important thing to determine whether peripheral neuropathy is the result of a underlying condition or something else.
Peripheral Neuropathy Drugs
- Pain relievers – Tramadol and Oxycodone Drugs
- Anti-seizure medications – Gabapentin and pregabalin
- Topical treatments – Capsaicin cream
- Antidepressants – Amitriptyline, doxepin and nortriptyline
Duloxetine and the extended-release antidepressant venlafaxine also might ease the pain of peripheral neuropathy caused by diabetes.
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