All Diabetic Neuropathy Articles

Having diabetes for many years can distort nerve function causing a condition called Diabetic Neuropathy, which affects between and 60% and 70% of people who have diabetes. Marilyn Krupnick, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in childhood, showed symptoms of nueropathy in her 30s. Here's how she got past the pain.

Marilyn Krupnick has struggled with diabetic neuropathies for more than 40 years even though she conscientiously cared for her diabetes since childhood.Learn how she beat back her pain.

Medications and Other Treatments for Diabetic Peripheral Nerve Pain

Learn about treatments for diabetic peripheral neuropathy, the most common and most painful type of diabetic neuropathy.

Your physician will conduct a medical history, physical exam, and even a pin-prick test to determine if you have diabetic neuropathy.

In this article, learn about the various tests that your doctor may use to make a diagnosis of diabetic neuropathy.

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy and Other Types of Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage caused by diabetes. Learn about what causes diabetic neuropathies, as well as the common symptoms (pain, tingling, and weakness).
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