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Cure Research for Peripheral neuropathy

Medications currently used in research into the treatment of Peripheral neuropathy:

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Some of the different medications being used in the research into treatment of Peripheral neuropathy include:

  • Sibutramien
  • Meridia

Treatments for Peripheral neuropathy

Treatments to consider for Peripheral neuropathy may include:

  • Treatment depends on the underlying cause
  • Chromium - possibly used for treatment of related chromium deficiency
  • Vitamin B1 - possibly used for related vitamin B1 deficiency
  • Vitamin B6 - possibly used for related vitamin B6 deficiency
  • No medical treatments now exist that can cure inherited peripheral neuropathy. However, there are therapies for many other forms. Any underlying condition is treated first, followed by symptomatic treatment. Peripheral nerves have the ability to regenerate, as long as the nerve cell itself has not been killed. Symptoms often can be controlled, and eliminating the causes of specific forms of neuropathy often can prevent new damage
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Medical research for Peripheral neuropathy: medical news summaries:

The following medical news items are relevant to medical research for Peripheral neuropathy:

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Peripheral neuropathy

Medical research papers related to Peripheral neuropathy include:

Click here to find more evidence-based articles on the TRIP Database


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