disclaimer: i'm not a doctor. this is just my current understanding about repairing nerve damage related to lack of regenerative factors. your case
you might consider METHYL B-12
. not normal b-12, it has to be METHYL B-12. one more time with feeling, it has to be the
METHYL form of b-12, otherwise known as METHYL B-12.
methyl b-12 is b-12 that has had an enzymatic reaction done to it that your body normally does, but may not do for any number of reasons, such as
certain diseases or old age. a doctor who has been treating autism with methyl b-12 noticed that it also had the pleasant side effect of stopping
the advance of diabetic neuropathy (which is where all the nerves in the extremities begin to die and the pain associated with it can be bad. also
lack of nerve response, causes blood vessels to stop functioning properly, reducing blood flow and hence even the smallest scrape can turn into a
serious infection, in some cases, leading to amputations).
methyl b-12 is used by the body to repair nerve damage but people with diabetes, the elderly, autistics, and various other nerve related diseases,
don't create the enzyme the body needs to convert b-12 to its methyl form in sufficient amounts so that your body can repair the damage. what the
pill form of methyl b-12 does, is bypass the body's lack of enzyme to convert b-12, by doing the conversion on it first, and putting it in a capsule
now i'm not sure the extent of your nerve damage and i know very little about your condition, but when i see people saying "nerve damage," i
immediately think of methyl b-12. also, ALPHA LIPOIC ACID, which is a potent anti-oxidant, helps with the same thing for diabetics but in a different
for diabetic neuropathy the recommended dosage of methyl b-12 is 5000 MCG (micrograms not millograms) every 3 days. so once every three days, you can
take 1 tablet if the tablets are 5000 mcg each. get it in tablet form and let it melt slowly in your mouth. if they have a time released capsule
form, that might work as well. in this case, more is not better because any excess will be wasted. but it hangs around in your body for days, so
once every 3 days is usually sufficient for non autistic people, anyway. your case may vary.
when i saw you were dealing with nerve pain, that's first thing that popped into my head. are the nerves dying, are they malfunctioning. do they need
to be regenerated?
if you like all the scientific research mumbo-jumbo, heres a medical paper on the subject
edit on 26-12-2012 by undo because: (no reason given)