Patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy can experience a slew of symptoms in their feet and and ankles. Burning, tingling, stabbing, even numbness are common ways patients describe their pain. Many people assume someone with neuropathy, must have diabetes, however, this is not the case.

This article states that there is still much to learn about diabetic and peripheral neuropathy. Just because you have diabetes does not mean that you will have neuropathy and just because you have neuropathy does not mean you are a diabetic. It is believed that as a diabetic, the better you manage your sugar levels, the more you reduce your chances of suffering from neuropathy.

Whatever the causes, peripheral or diabetic neuropathy, you should not have to deal with foot pain. Any sensations such as burning or tingling is not normal; it is your body's way of telling you that something is wrong. Make your appointment to see the doctor today!

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