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Peripheral Nerve Hyperexcitibility &BFS: Electrical Shock Sensations & Pain
My doctor has diagnosed my with peripheral nerve hyperexcitibility. I have constant fasiculations (calves, feet) and electrical shock pain, along with burning pain, a neuropathy,  in my  feet, hands, arms, and one side of my face. I am taking lyrica, 75 mg three times per day. But it doesn't seem to be controlling the symptoms much. I tried klonopin before but it didn't help the electric shock sensations. I started developing these symptoms about 8 months ago and they seem to be getting continually worse.
Does any one have these types of symptoms? And how do you manage it?  
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I recommend sublingual B12. Start at 1000mcg daily and see how you go.
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