How to Identify a Neurothic pain.

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mathewlsgeorge
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How to Identify a Neurothic pain.

Postby mathewlsgeorge » Wed May 10, 2017 9:17 am

Injury or disease impact sensory system can cause the nerves within that system cannot work to transmit sensation to the brain. This can lead to a numbness, or lack of sensation. In some cases when this system is injured, people experience pain in the affected region. Neuropathic pain does not start abruptly or resolve quickly as it is a chronic condition which leads to persistent pain symptoms. For many patients, the intensity of their symptoms can increase and decrease throughout the day. Although neuropathic pain is thought to be associated with peripheral nerve problems, caused by diabetes or spinal stenosis, injuries to the brain or spinalcord can also lead to chronic neuropathic pain.
Neuropathic pain can be a kind of nociceptive pain, which is the type of pain which occurs when someone experiences an acute injury-such as hitting a finger with a hammer or stubbing a toe when walking barefoot. This pain is typically short-lived and usually quite responsive to common pain medications in contrast to neuropathic pain.
Cure for neuropathic pain dependent on the underlying cause. If the cause is reversible, then the peripheral nerves may regenerate and the pain will abate; however, this reduction in pain may take many months to years.
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DBJackson
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Re: How to Identify a Neurothic pain.

Postby DBJackson » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:05 pm

Matthew,

Thanks for this information. Is it your opinion that methods to increase blood flow in these capillary-bound nerves offer management hope for the symptoms?
Thanks!

DB


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