Peripheral Neuropathy: Overview

Peripheral Neuropathy is nerve damage or nerve inflammation (neuropathy) affecting the peripheral limbs, which means the arms/hands and/or legs/feet. Typical symptoms of neuropathy are tingling, burning or numbness type sensations, which are called Paresthesias. These affect the limbs causing symptoms such as tingling fingers, tingling toes, and so on. A common type of peripheral neuropathy is diabetic peripheral neuropathy (from diabetes), which has tingling toes as its classic symptom (although the hands or fingers may also be affected albeit less commonly). Read more about: Neuropathy, Tingling Toes, Tingling Fingers

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