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Peripheral Neuropathy
Signs and Symptoms

Although there are numerous causes of peripheral neuropathies, they do share some common symptoms, including:

  • Weakness, numbness and pain in the hands, legs and/or feet
  • Paresthesia, a condition that causes abnormal sensations such as burning, tickling, pricking or tingling

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