Neuropathic Pain


Damaging of various points in the nervous system give rise to neuropathic pain. This pain is characterized by shooting and burning sensation. Patients also feel numbness or tingling, and it is found that there was no cure for neuropathic pain when it became excruciating and severe.


The usual sign of neuropathic pain is burning and shooting sensation. People experience such conditions due to the damaging of nerves that transfer information between the brain and other parts of the body. The affected skin area becomes numb, tingly, and sensitive to touch. Slight pressure increases the pain sensation. The pin and needles feeling make people unable to sense temperature.

Most of the time, neuropathic pain is chronic in nature, which means the person will always suffer from this pain, whereas it can go away or it's own. The nervous system in the body is very complex and can harm and damage to any part of the body. The damage done to the nervous system is often irreversible. The damage affects the area surrounding area and due to which neuropathic pain is usually chronic in nature.

A practical example of this would be the removal of a limb due to an injury or illness. In some cases, the patient experience that the nerves responsible for carrying impulses from the missing limb is still sending pain messages to the brain, which means that there is no possible cure for the neuropathic pain.

The primary cause of neuropathic pain is damage to a part of the nervous system, whereas the reasons for this can be different. The damage is irreversible if you have trauma or surgery, especially if the person has an amputation or spinal surgery. Neuropathic pain can also be caused by chemotherapy and some other neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS).

Sexually transmitted diseases, including syphilis and HIV, also cause neuropathic pain and some other infections such as shingles. Other than STDs, some underlying medical conditions such as thyroid diseases, diabetes, and alcoholism are other reasons for neuropathic pain.

Unluckily, standard pain killers do not respond well to cure neuropathic pain, whereas in some cases, it can even make it worse. It is recommended to treat neuropathic pain with specially tailored pain medications.

The use of antidepressants or anticonvulsant drugs along with some anti-inflammatory medicines are the first line of treatment for neuropathic pain. Special attention must be given to the patient if it suffers from other medical conditions like diabetes.

Other than medical treatment, depending on the cause and place of pain, some therapies are also useful, such as acupuncture or massage and physical therapy, can provide positive effects. Anxiety is one of the primary symptoms of neuropathic pain. Nowadays, many medicines are available to treat anxiety. Doctors prescribe the proper anxiety medicine for individual patients after evaluating the conditions and after proper diagnosis.

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