Anyone tried Anodyne therapy for neuropathy?

By psl57 Latest Reply 2010-04-23 02:23:50 -0500
Started 2010-04-03 17:41:49 -0500

I've recently had some nerve damage from an antibiotic, Nitrofurantoin, and was considering trying Anodyne therapy to help with the painful neuropathy that I now have. Has anyone tried this therapy and if so, did you see positive results?

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Miminv 2010-04-23 02:23:50 -0500 Report

Thank you for talking about this. Now I have some idea of why my neuropathy went from 1 to 100 so fast. I was put on a lot of heavy duty antibiotics after a appendectomy because they went through the belly button and burst my appendexs. It was the first of four surgeries and I was put on heavy antibiotics after each one. I first noticed my feet being sensitive when i put on a pair of sandels (I was pre-diabetic before this)after the appendectomy and the cool air made me feet extremly cold. It was July and I had been wearing sandels with no problem before this. In fact I had only had once in a while my feet bothering me.

Crashnot 2010-04-04 18:13:49 -0500 Report

My neuropathy pains were eliminated after six months on a vitamin regime I found in "Reversing Diabetes" by Dr. Julian Whitaker.

Fortunately we figured out the nerve damage was from being starved of nutrients by the Celiac Disease I have developed, so I was able to eliminate wheat from my diet, heal up my intestines, and start absorbing the nutrition my body needed again. But I didn't do that for two more years and being diagnosed, but the foot pains stayed away in that period of basically starving my body of nutrients.

In any case, nerve damage is nerve damage, and if you can channel the nutrients your body needs to rebuild itself, why not give it a try? The book is well worth the $14 for just the vitamin information, but there is a realm of other stuff to learn in it as well.

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