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Is Diabetic Neuropathy Linked to Back Pain?

January 30, 2019

If you have diabetic neuropathy and experience back pain, you might wonder if the two are linked.

In fact, it's possible the two symptoms have common causes. While back pain can point to a number of different conditions, neuropathy could be one of them.

Neuropathy is caused by damage to your nerves. Since your spine is a major center of the nervous system, spinal nerve damage might be a cause for your back pain.

So, what causes nerve damage? Actually, there are more than 100 potential causes of neuropathy, diabetes being just one of them. Other causes include autoimmune disease, substance abuse, and injury.

Click here for more information about the relationship between neuropathy and back pain.

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If you're interested in reading more, check out Diabetes Health: Why Do My Feet Feel Numb?

 

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