@johnbishop So strangely the pins and needles and electric shocks have gotten better since acupuncture and really upping my vitamin B12. I still have some tightness in my left elbow and left knee. I am still struggling to eat and have an impact there and also with my colon. Testing revealed not much going on inside, so gastro-emptying test to see if I have gastroparesis, which is also neurological. My new ENDO said extremity neuropathy is not diabetic in nature in his opinion (he ran tests and I passed all sensitivity), which is weird. Again, I was vitamin B12 deficient for some time and don't know if all of my health problems are back to that, or if there is something else going on. Acupuncture has made it so I can actually sleep some and not wake up with dead hands or have shooting pain in my hands. I was healthy in April and then everything went to heck. Although I just wanted to recommend acupuncture and ensuring you are testing for vitamin b12 and vitamin d deficiency; I have been dealing with both and a doctor that was not testing me after I tested low. I have a long road ahead of me I think, but there are moments I feel better, which is hopeful. Ironically, they took me off all diabetes meds, saying I have it managed. A bit weird.