Neuropathic Pain

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Neuropathic pain is caused due to damage or any kind of injury to the nerves which transfer information between the brain and spinal cord from skin, muscles and so many other parts of the body. Symptoms of nerve pain include excruciating pain all through the body, difficulty in sensing temperatures, and numbness.

Types of Neuropathic Pain

Herpes Zoster Pain: Herpes Zoster is also known as Shingles. This is chronic pain in the body. The pain can be described as stinging or burning. Some people also suffer from insomnia due to pain.

Intense pain.
Bacterial infections.
Fluid-filled blisters.
Rashes on face and ear.
Red patches on the body.
Loss of hearing ability.

Diabetic Neuropathy: This is a kind of nerve damage that takes place in case a person suffers from high diabetes. Diabetes can have a detrimental effect on the nerves of the body. It damages nerves in feet and legs. Diabetic neuropathy is very painful and disabling.

Loss of appetite.
Bowel problems.
Fall in sexual response.
Increased sensitivity to touch.
Tingling and burning sensation.
Sharp cramps and pain in the body.
Grave foot problems, like ulcers, foot infections, pain in bone and joints.
Numbness or reduced ability to feel pain or any changes in temperature.

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