Hello, Robin, and welcome to NeuroTalk:
When you had your tests, did you have B12 done? Did you get the numerical results? If not, you need this test first, before going further. If you had it and your doctor said "normal" you need to know that lab ranges in US report very low numbers as normal and that has changed about a decade ago, but not made it down to your doctor's level. You should be at 400pg/ml at the least. If you are lower than that or around 400 you are not in a good place and you could have nerve pain and deterioration.
Here is a link to read:
While this is for doctors, it is understandable to everyone.
Low B12 is very common today, and you must find out if you are one of those afflicted, the sooner the better.
This is our PN forum with alot of information on neuropathy, and what can cause it, how you can remove the triggers if possible, and supplements to extend healing and prevent further damage:
Another base to cover is Vit D levels. When you get your B12 done, have this run too. (unless you have results on this already?)
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