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Common symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include burning pain, tingling, numbness, weakened muscles, blood pressure fluctuations and sensitivity to touch, according to the Mayo Clinic. Depending on which area of the nerv... More »

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Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include numbness of the feet, legs, arms and hands; sharp pain; and sensitivity to touch, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms include an absence of coordination, falling down, muscl... More »

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Peripheral neuropathy is a medical condition that causes tingling, numbness and burning pain throughout the body, but primarily in the hands and feet. According to Mayo Clinic, peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a nu... More »

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Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include numbness of the feet, legs, arms and hands; sharp pain; and sensitivity to touch, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms include an absence of coordination, falling down, muscl... More »

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Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy in the feet and legs include numbness and tingling; sharp, jabbing or burning pains; and extreme sensitivity to touch. Lack of coordination, falling, muscle weakness and paralysis are ot... More »

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