Hi everyone, my name is Ralph and I have (since 2000) Peripheral Neuropathy, 7 areas on spin damaged from car accient and pain in my joints. Doctor had given me Neurontin some time ago and found it to be to strong. I than found Corydalis Chinese herb, worked well for couple year than lost it's effect on me. I've heard of California Poppy, does it work or do you know of something els. Live in Bronx New York Help Please!!!Thanks Ralph Rivera, Jr.View Thread
When it started first, at my feet it felt like walking on a ball. Than it turn into great pain in toes ( small toes felt like they were about to blow up in pain!!!) and moved up to the arch of the foot = pain as a spike being driven in my foot. It just kept going up my body to fingers, hands, wrist, elbow and all the way into my head (lower right back area to the top. And if I make a quike movement more pain. I can't sit or stand for long, Yea when the accient first happen durning week my lower back around L5 -4 got very hot. Even with the meds that wear off durning my sleep hti me great pain in the morning, I would love to find something that hold back the pain for more than 4-6 hours. there is moreView Thread
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