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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Suggest treatment for peripheral neuropathy

My wife recently had an episode that resuted in a diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy. With that she had total nubness (if not paraysis) on the left side of her face and neck. As her symptoms (especially pain in hands and feet) have gotten better, she has had a ticklish cough throughout and it seems to be getting worse. She has coughing spells with clear mucus taht make her feel like she is suffocating. She also has tightness in her throst that gives her a feeling like she cannot swallow. Any ideas?
Mon, 24 Nov 2014
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If this is pure peripheral neuropathy then underlying cause of this need to be found out, more over this may not be neuropathy but could be due to some functional condition still this can be treated with the following medicines.
1) Tab carbamazepine 200 mg once in day
2) Tab Vitamin B12 once in day
3) Tab Alprazolam 0.5 mg at bed time
hope this information helps, have a nice day.
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Rahul Rathee's  Response
start these medicines-
● TABLET GABAHOSIT twice daily
● CAPSULE NUALA-E twice daily
● TABLET TRYPTOMER 25 mg at night daily
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