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Peripheral Neuropathy: When the Numbness, Weakness, And Pain Won't Stop: 0 (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 nov 2006

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1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Dr. Latov has written about peripheral neuropathy which affects so many and how we can understand how to cope with the disease. 15 giugno 2016
Di Margaret E. - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
A book with much detail about peripheral neuropathy which I found very helpful. I have suffered peripheral neuropathy for a number of years and this is the first time I have been able to find more about this disease. It is easy to read and understand. For anyone suffering from peripheral neuropathy read this book.
36 di 37 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Since reading this book, I don't feel so alone. 2 marzo 2009
Di L. Ripp Campbell - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is not only physically painful, it is emotionally very painful. I can no longer work at my life's profession, I cannot turn a doorknob, open my mail,even typing this hurts like the dickens. I no longer go many places...I fall a lot. I recently have felt like I am going nuts.
But then this book was recommended to me. I read it immediately upon arrival and had this WOW feeling. I still feel all the pain and isolation, but now I understand more about this disease, especially that I am probably sane because a whole bunch of folks feel exactly like I
This nice book has many useful references and explains PN so I understand it. It gave me some ideas to ask my neurologist
. He had read the book, liked it and was quite open to trying one of the described treatments.
PN patients-this is a good book for you to read. PN caregivers-read it; it will give you some idea of what we are going through.
Thank you for listening.
10 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle CRITICAL AND RELIABLE INFORMATION 30 marzo 2012
Di Bill McLean - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Beware of doctors who under treat and downplay the seriousness of Neuropathy.

I have been struggling with the pain and tingling of feet and hands for several years. My primary doctor (of eight years) just shrugged it off and said "It's probably just Neuropathy, nothing serious." He recommended Alive for the pain.

On my last visit with my physician I again complained that my nerve, joint, and muscle pain was getting worse. I had trouble sleeping even four hours a night. I was having difficultly walking straight. As I spoke a sharp and intense pain struck the back of my left hand. I couldn't help but react. Then he said, with a smile: "Nobody should live past 75." (I'm 73.)

After I fired him I found another primary care Physician who prescribed a better medication for my pain. His initial examination was the most through I have ever experienced. He also refereed me to a Neurologist.

The Neurologist used a machine to administer jolts of electricity at various places on my feet, legs, arms, and hands. When he was finished he said that I had Moderate Polyneuropathy. He agreed with me that my former physician should have ordered this test, but he couldn't say anything about my prognosis.

With this information I started a search on the Internet. I found that one of the medications my former doctor had me on had the possible side effect of Neuropathy. I conveyed this information to my new primary care physician. The next day his nurse telephoned to tell me that my blood pressure medication WAS the cause of my Neuropathy. My new doctor had reviewed all my lab tests and was certain of this finding. Naturally he changed my medication.

With what I have learned, I expect either a halt of increasing symptom intensity or maybe even the reversal of my symptoms.

I have written so much about my own case because I want readers to know that doctors are just people. "Trust but confirm" is always good policy for important complex interactions. A patient should share the responsibility of having good health with his/her physician(s). And if you can't trust your physician, fire him/her and get another. Your health is a life and death matter. Don't feel guilty. Don't feel regret. There are lots of reasons that exist for this to actually be what your doctor wants. Your doctor may already have too many Medicare or Medicaid patients. Maybe he/she thinks your queer. Maybe the doctor just doesn't like old people. That doctors have a better than average intelligence may be an understatement, but they are just people and not gods.

I give this book 5-STARS because it TRULY is a splendid source to start learning about the various forms and causes of Neuropathy. While the book may warrant an update, it is an easy read and it comes from reliable sources. I ordered the Kindle edition and read it in an afternoon. Anyone suffering with these kinds of symptoms should consult a doctor AND learn as much about Neuropathy as possible - or as much as one thinks appropriate.
24 di 24 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
2.0 su 5 stelle Not as much info as I had expected 3 giugno 2011
Di Amethyst - Pubblicato su
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This is a well written book and to some extent it was useful, but most of the information was about the various types of PN's so once you had found your own and read it there was little left to read. The personal stories were interesting. I was looking for something more practical with tips on how to live with a PN and while this book had some it didn't go further than the things most people with a PN know already.
5.0 su 5 stelle The BIBLE FOR NEUROPHATIC PATIENS 14 ottobre 2016
Di Amazon Kunde - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato