About Peripheral Neuropathy
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Neuropathy is weakness, shooting pain, tingling, numbness, and sensitivity that occurs as a result of nerve damage. Peripheral means “on the outside,” and peripheral neuropathy refers to neuropathy that affects the nerves carrying information from the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) out to the
rest of the body. You can get neuropathy in the hands and feets, and it can move further up the limbs as it progresses.