Determining Which Neuropathy Class You Fall Into

Nerve Damage Treatment OptionsNeuropathy is a complicated and not to mention confusing condition for most people to understand much less relate to. Though neuropathy is complicated and confusing it is an important condition to be educated on due to the fact that neuropathy affects millions of individuals. One of the leading causes for neuropathy is diabetes uncontrolled blood sugar or glucose levels can lead to the damage of nerve cells resulting in the loss of feeling and the start of odd and uncomfortable sensations. Other conditions and illness that could lead to neuropathy would include:

 

 

 

  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Kidney Failure
  • Vitamin Deficiency
  • Traumatic Injury
  • Infections
    • Lyme Disease
    • HIV
  • Metabolic Disorders
  • Exposure To Dangerous Toxins
  • Amputation
  • Chemotherapy
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Shingles
  • Autoimmune Diseases
    • Lupus
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • Guillain-Barre Syndrome
  • Tumors
  • Genetics

 

With so many possible causes of neuropathy existing it is important that individuals who may be at risk of developing neuropathy learn the three different classifications of neuropathy.

Classification #1: Mononeuropathy

 

Mononeuropathy is a form of neuropathy that affects a single nerve or nerve group. The damaged area begins to loss feeling and mobility. This type of neuropathy is often a result of personal injury, however there are systemic disorders that could cause damage to a single nerve or group of nerve cells. Examples of mononeuropathy would include:

 

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Ulnar Nerve Palsy
  • Peroneal Nerve Palsy
  • Axillary Nerve Dysfunction
  • Radial Nerve Dysfunction
  • Sciatic Nerve Dysfunction

 

Mononeuropathy can develop if there has been pro-longed period of swelling or pressure placed on a specific point in the body such as the hands, feet or face.  Symptoms of mononeuropathy would include:

 

  • Loss Of Feeling
  • Paralysis
  • Tingling
  • Burning
  • Muscle Weakness

 

Several tests can be done in hopes of determining or diagnosing this particular classification of neuropathy. You will find a list of tests below that a doctor might suggest or prescribe in hopes of discovering whether or not the symptoms being felt have to do with mononeuropathy.

 

  • Electromyogram      (EMG) – This test records electrical activity if any found in the muscles.
  • Nerve      Conduction Tests (NCV) – will help record the speed of electrical activity      in the nerves
  • Nerve Biopsy
  • Blood      Chemistry Tests
  • Imaging Scans
    • MRI
    • CT Scan
  • Thyroid Tests
  • X-Rays

 

 

Classification #2: Multiple Mononeuropathy

 

Multiple Mononeuropathy occurs when two or more nerves at the same time in separate locations on the body begin to malfunction and send off painful sensations. Multiple mononeuropathy can be a result of several different conditions or illnesses such as:

 

  • Lupus
  • Polyarthritis      Nodosa
  • Rheumatoid      Arthritis
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Infections
    • Lyme Disease
    • HIV

This form or classification of neuropathy is often caused by an infection or some sort of bacteria that has entered into the body and has begun to affect nerves. Symptoms of multiple mononeuropathy would include:

  • Nerve Pain
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Odd Sensations
  • Combination

Symptoms are often felt or begin on one side of the body where the damaged nerve cells are. Medical professionals do their best to diagnosis through physical examination or by compiling a list of symptoms. Other tests that could diagnosis multiple mononeuropathy would include electromyography and or a nerve conduction test.

Classification #3: Polyneuropathy

Polyneuropathy is when several nerves begin to malfunction at the same time throughout the body. Polyneuropathy can happen quickly and without any warning or preemptive signs or could happen gradually alerting the neuropathy sufferer that something is not quite right. Polyneuropathies patients often experience neuropathy in a pattern that generally begins in the feet and makes its way up toward the thighs and then hands.

Diagnosis is often made through a complete physical or through laboratory testing. The symptoms often associated with polyneuropathy would include:

  • Numbness
  • Needle Like Pinching
  • Tingling
  • Burning
  • Raw Skin Feeling
  • Sensitivity To Touch

The causes of polyneuropathy are vast but the most common causes of polyneuropathy would have to be:

  • Diabetes
  • Age
  • Drugs
  • Chemotherapy
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Aides
  • Environmental Hazards

 

 

 

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