Broke my distal fibula. On elavil for cold feet. Having sensory nerve reaction. What can be done?
Thanks for your query.
Yes peripheral nerve reaction (sensory nerve) is possible considering your long Elavil usage. In addition to weaning off Elavil, I would also suggest that you take appropriate vitamins (Vitamin B12) to address the issues.
Besides that, I feel it would also be better that you get your peripheral blood circulation assessed. This can be done by simply feeling the pulsations in your peripheral arteries (anterior tibial, posterior tibial and dorsalis pedis arteries); or by a colour Doppler study of lower limb. Discuss with your neurologist during your next visit.
Hope I could be of some help. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Dr Vaishalee Punj
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