Will Metanx help with peripheral neuropathy that is not due to diabetes?

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18 Oct 2009

Metanx is a supplement - so if it helps with diabetic peripheral neuropathy, then it should help with peripheral neuropathy due to other causes (or idiopathic).

http://www.drugs.com/cdi/metanx.html

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