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Conolidine has not helped me at all for peripheral neuropathy

Neuropathy | Last Active: Jan 12 11:49am | Replies (18)

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@ampenny3

@kiro0001, had a good chuckle over your comment about having a "very intimate relationship with pasta." I used to also & still do love a treat of a good pasta at times. I do believe that your changed dietary pattern of eating is probably helping you greatly. What you are doing is most likely helping you reduce inflammation in your tissues all over your body, that you can't necessarily see but can feel. Keep up the good work in that area because back sliding only brings back the inflammation & pain… I speak from experience. I do understand that seeing a neurologist is good but remember that doctors have very little training in nutrition, unless they have functional medicine/integrative medicine training. Don't let a conventionally trained doctor discourage you from following your dietary pattern improvements, if the neurologist does so (not all will but some may out of lack of training in their education in that area). Many prayers for you.

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Hello @ampenny3, Welcome to Connect. Thanks for sharing your experience and the role our diet plays in inflammation and pain. Do you mind if I ask what information you were looking for when you found Mayo Clinic Connect?