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question about nuropathy

By Anonymous July 18, 2017 - 7:40pm
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I had a stroke 10 years ago, which caused my right side to be perrolized. the result of it for 10 years my right foot continued to turn inward, causing mobility problems , swelling and discomfort. I recently had surgery on my foot and ankle called tendent stretching with transfer . Of course going through the healing process, with the casts on for 6 weeks etc. After that was taken off I war a boot for another 6 weeks. I have developed a lot of nuropathy pain in my foot , ankle, and midway up my leg. What do you suggest ? The pain is like I'm getting stung by a swarm of bees. and also the swelling is unbareable .

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