sandy713

Q:

My husband is 58yrs old & has had diabetes for over 5 yrs. He has diabetic neuropathy, but it's mainly on his face & ears. Oxycodone does not touch it! He says it feels like fire ants! We have tried EVERYTHING! HELP, he's in AGONY!

Farrah M

A:

Hi Sandy and thanks for the question, Unfortunately I am not a medical professional however I would recommend consulting this with his doctor to see what other options would be available to help him! I do hope he gets better soon!

February 27, 2012 at 9:40 pm

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gwinivere
gwinivere 2012-03-01 20:18:10 -0600 Report

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