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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Simple Relief from Neuralgia in Diabetes


Topical creams based on Capsaicin do not require prescriptions: you can buy them on your own from pharmacies.

You can try one of these creams for relief from nerve pain in your toes because of poor diabetes control.

Try a small portion first to make sure that you are not allergic to capsaicin; do not try it at all if you know that you are allergic to the substance or to any extract or form of hot peppers.

Ask your doctor if it is safe for you to try such a cream, if you are expecting a baby, or are nursing.

Capsaicin stings and is not suitable for children.

Doctors have a range of prescription medicines to manage neuralgia in case a capsaicin cream does not help, or if it is not safe for you to use such a product.

Please send me a mail or leave a post here if you are unsure whether it is safe for you to use a capsaicin cream, or if you would like to know more about neuralgia.


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