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Hi. Quick question - who made your diagnosis and what was their recommendation? While I don't know the definition of "sensory" neuropathy, I was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy quite some time ago. Neuropathy in and of itself, is not curable. Yet, there are various treatments, (medications, therapy, meditation, and so forth), that a Doctor may recommend in combination vs. medication alone. Usually, the patient will see one or both types of Doctors: a Neurologist and/or a Rheumatologist. It's best when these 2-Doctors work together as a team. Should you choose to bring in an Urologist, for me, this would be my last choice
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