24. Should I Take Vitamins for My Peripheral Neuropathy?

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Many vitamins have been advocated for use in peripheral neuropathy.  Obviously, if your doctor runs blood tests that determine you are deficient in certain vitamins you should take the vitamins that you are lacking.  

But, in my opinion, vitamin B1 and vitamin B12, when given in appropriate forms and at the right doses, can significantly reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy in diabetics, prediabetics, the elderly and people who have chronically abused alcohol.  I have found that over one half of my patients with peripheral neuropathy have improved after one month on these vitamins.  This success rate has been reported to me by many other physicians as well.

In my practice I have used alpha lipoic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B9, vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, evening primrose oil, borage oil, grape seed oil, and many other nutrients for my patients with neuropathy but vitamin B1 and vitamin B12, when given properly, are far and away the most effective of all the nutrients for peripheral neuropathy.  

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