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Just started using topical application of 1% Diclofenac gel for extreme foot pain and sensitivity caused by PN. Any have experiences with this approach to PN pain relief? Terry
@terrydclaar Have not even heard of it! Tell us all more! Lori Renee
@terrydclaar my primary care doc prescibed Diclofenac gel for my knee pain before I had a total knee replacement done. Unfortunately it didn't help the pain much for me.
My pain management doctor prescribed it to me and I tried it for 6 months. I got they same amount of relief using regular hand lotion, so I quit using it. The creams seem to cool my feet off and that is what makes them feel better. Now I do things like put cold water on my feet to cool them off and help with the pain. Good luck.
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My doctors told me that it wouldn't do anything for neuropathy pain. I do rub it on my right thumb for arthritis, and it helps it. It's called Voltaren gel.
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