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Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

A study carried out by Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine and recently published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, scientists used magnetic resonance imaging to study changes in brain blood flow and density of gray matter in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy, comparing them to participants not undergoing chemotherapy. 635 more words


Patient's Progress?

This post is a sequel to – #ME – There and Back Again 


Emotional resilience remains with me, apart from minor daytime lapses and nocturnal responses to my own unique brand of peripheral neuropathy. 238 more words


Fluoroquinolone Associated Disability (FQAD) and the FDA

It is disturbing to me that the FDA’s Antimicrobial Drug Advisory Commitee is focusing FQAD on people who were healthy prior to the exposure to FQs and and received it for a “minor” infection … They are basically saying that if you were “already sick” you don’t have FQAD. 498 more words

Peripheral Neuropathy

My nails? Sensitive didn't even begin to cover it.

Well I was warned that certain chemotherapy drugs can cause your nails and nail beds to change colour, become dry and brittle, cracked, grooved and/or ridged, lifted, or sensitive. 797 more words

Breast Cancer

The Importance of Rare Subtypes in Diagnosis and Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy

Importance  Peripheral neuropathy is a prevalent condition that usually warrants a thorough history and examination but has limited diagnostic evaluation. However, rare localizations of peripheral neuropathy often require more extensive diagnostic testing and different treatments. 219 more words


Peripheral Neuropathy isn't time you deserve relief? (#Diabetic, #Caner or Other Causes)

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Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition that affects nearly 20 million Americans. It usually begins in the feet & lower legs, but over time it can advance into the hands & fingers. 140 more words

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A little over 10 years ago I was diagnosed as having Diabetes Type 2, and I have been taking 500 MG of Metformin HCL twice daily ever since then.   903 more words