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Hi - anyone else suffer infrequent sharp stabbing pains mainly in hands and feet - comes and goes in an instant without any warning
Pre-diabetic since 2014.
Tel Aviv, ISR
There's a syndrome called diabetic nerve pain that can be fully diagnosed by your physician. It results from prolonged unbalanced levels. It's treatable though! Good luck!
I have that problem and it is no fun, I take meds for that to but and I also use pain cream and a patch
Tel Aviv, ISR
My father started taking alpha-lipoic acid for that (he's type 2) and he says it really helps.
i get it to is it inportant to not ignore?.
It's called diabetic neuropathy. Use compression stockings and warm foot baths in Epson Salt.
****They sometimes call it pseudo gout.
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