Diabetic Neuropathy

Patients with long standing diabetes are known to develop nerve affection known as ‘Diabetic neuropathy’ which can affect every part of the nervous system. Patient may have numbness, burning, increased sensitivity in some areas of the body, peripheral neuropathy or mononeuropathy with sudden wrist drop or foot drop etc. Autonomic symptoms like delayed stomach emptying time, constipation, diarrhea, errectile dysfunction etc are also seen. This is very severe pain with varying presentations such as burning sensations, numbness, spontaneous pain, etc
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