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Ear Tinnitus and Pain with Neuropathy

Neuropathy | Last Active: Jul 3 10:21am | Replies (78)

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I have non-diabetic neuropathy and I have tinnitus as well, but I don't take any meds for the neuropathy, so I think the tinnitus is tied in some way to the neuropathy. I am also in the idiopathic category. Does anyone know of any treatment for the burning in the feet. Also, does anyone suffer from Piriformis syndrome? I do have lower back issues, but the neurosurgeon says they are not causing my sciatic symptoms. Says it may be a damaged or impinged nerve, perhaps by the Piriformis muscle, Anyone else have this along with the PN?

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I have PN (tingling-no pain), tinnitus, and fracture of L-1 . I take no meds for any of those. I have a daily regimen of PT exercises that I do for the back pain…It works! I am trying to find out what the relationship happens to be w/ all 3 of those.I have heard people complain of having PN first and then tinnitus. Mine was the opposite. Tinnitus and then neuropathy. Various possible causes for the PN, but right now it is just a guessing game. I was put on gabapentin for PN, but had severe side effects and I dropped that. My tinnitus is a constant, loud, ear piercing sqeal. My PN never goes away, but is managed. Thanks for posting. I know that may not help, but I wanted you to know that you are not alone!

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