Is burning a sign of inflamation???

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease Archives' started by cnash, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. cnash

    cnash New Member

    i have had alot of burning lately Im on neurotin ,not working any suggestions? and anyone else experiencing it?
  2. jarjar

    jarjar New Member

    I just posted about the inflamation I had in my feet. Yes it was a burning sensation when I walked. The Marshall Protocol addresses inflamational bacteria. That is what we are dealing with. You need to kill the bacteria that is causing the inflamation. Neurotin just tries to mask the burning and never did much for me. I didn't even like to drive while on it.

    If you go to the MP site and read the success stories you will see that many with lyme, cfs, and Fm that their pain and burning has gone away.
  3. bct

    bct Well-Known Member

    over my feet, legs, thighs, abdomen, chest, and sometimes it feels up my spine. Seldom present in all places at the same time. some days NONE at all.

    I've been dx'd with peripheral neuropathy of unknown origin, despite much bloodwork and spinal tap. Am supposed to see Neurologist again, but have been putting it off. I'm so tired of seeing so many docs. and specialists that I am having a break. (It's either that or a break-down!)

    I take Neurontin to help me sleep at night (Curiously I never "burn" at night anyway. Taking it in the day really slows me down, and I'm slow enough as it is.

    Hope you feel better soon,