I have a friend from Brazil called Taicy who has type 1 Diabetes for 30 years and she is going through a hard time of uncertainties trying to treat a mild neuropathy.
Here is what she says: "I feel a little tingling in the feet and a slight numbness in the fingers. In the hands when I sleep I feel them too, sometimes, a little sleepy. Just like when you sleep over some part of the body or when we are long in one position.
I feel no pain and was diagnosed as mild neuropathy. I was told that the IDF said in Dubai that blood sugar control and keeping it at appropriate levels may even reverse.
I wonder if anyone has had and has reversed and how. What did you do?
I'm taking Thioctacid HR 600, which is also called alpha-lipoic acid. Do you know about any other kinds of treatments?"
Anyone who knows about neuropathy or have it could be very helpful.
Thank You very much,