I have neuropathy in my legs from a back injury. I've had pain, swelling, muscle jumps, twitching, burning, feels like bugs running up and down them, etc. I've never had itching though - and there is no rash. It feels like neuropathy in that I can't get to the itch to scratch it - it feels DEEP down inside. Can neuropathy cause itching?
Can neuropathy cause itching?
- 13 Dec 2010 by ElizaJane23
- allergies, peripheral neuropathy, opiate dependence, pain, pruritus, muscle pain, neuralgia, methadone, oxycodone, withdrawal, breakthrough pain, pain killers, swelling, chronic, opiate
Added 13 Dec 2010:
I saw my doctor today and it is a flare-up of cellulitis. I've had it there before.
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