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Chemo Induced Neuropathy (CIPN) is a condition that can present itself after a cancer patient has undergone chemotherapy. It has been reported that about 30 to 40% of all cancer patients can end up with Chemo-Induced Neuropathy.
There are several symptoms a patient might experience following Chemotherapy to suggest a individual is experiencing Chemo-Induced Neuropathy. The most common sensations tend to be tingling or pins and needles in the extremities. Some individuals may encounter clumsiness, gripping problems, trouble with small motor skills, a loss of sensation; or even a feeling of burning or stabbing. Other symptoms can include jaw pain, slower reflexes, trouble urinating, coordination and balance problems and even an oversensitivity to touch.
The most common cause behind Chemo-Induced Neuropathy tends to be the use of chemotherapy drugs. Although, a patients physical condition associated with Neuropathy such as poor circulation, shingles, spinal chord injuries, or excessive alcohol use can be confused with the more common symptoms associated with Chemo-Induced Neuropathy.
Symptoms of Chemo-Induced Neuropathy can appear as early as the onset of chemotherapy. They can also get worse upon completion of chemo treatment. When it comes to the length of this condition, it can be anywhere from a few months to many years. In some severe cases, the condition may never go away.
Chemo-Induced Neuropathy is generally treated utilizing medications. These medications are dependent upon the symptoms that are present. Topical analgesics have been prescribed. Oral drugs like ant-seizure medications have been found to be somewhat effective although a number of these medications posses side-effects. Lastly, more aggressive procedures like embedded electrical nerve stimulators might be a option for some of the more severe cases.
Until now, patients have not had a treatment option that is FDA approved, Non-invasive, and doesn’t require surgeries or medications. Mayo Clinic, John Hopkins, and MD Anderson have all done clinical trials and have found that Scrambler Pain Therapy should be a consideration when treating the pain associated with Chemo-Induced Neuropathy or Chronic Cancer Pain.
This unique Scrambler Technology was designed to help eliminate pain naturally without the need for surgery or pills. The Scrambler Therapy provides a series of “NO Pain” signals to the brain that provides relief for Chemo-Induced Neuropathy patients as well as many other Chronic Nerve Pain related conditions.
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