A lot of people think neuropathy is a thing that only affects shoes.
But it’s not.
The same is true of neuropathy.
The symptoms are the same, and the diagnosis is the same.
You can get neuropathy from the foot, you can get it from the brain, and you can even get it when it comes from a virus.
Neuropathy is not caused by any kind of virus.
If you think that it is, you’re not being fully smart.
If someone with neuropathy has symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, they’re probably not getting Parkinson’s.
And neuropathy can be treated.
So the only way to know for sure that someone has neuropathy, is to get a diagnosis.
You just need to ask them.
So how does neuropathy actually occur?
You see, when a person has a foot infection, they don’t just feel it.
They also feel their blood pressure rise and the pressure in their toes drop.
But what you don’t want to do is put pressure on your toes to make them bleed.
This can be a serious mistake.
When you have foot infections, the immune system fights them off.
When they get an infection, the infection gets spread all over the body.
And when it spreads all over your body, the body can’t fight it off.
This means that the infection spreads, and then you get a second infection.
If the first infection isn’t fatal, you have to have the second one treated.
But if the second infection is, the first one’s gone, and it’s causing a lot of problems, then you have a third infection.
So it’s really important to get this checked out.
If it’s a virus, you should call your doctor.
If your doctor doesn’t have the diagnosis of neuropathosis, you need to have a blood test to rule out a viral infection.
But once you have this test, it’s very easy to get the diagnosis.
Neuropathosis usually begins with pain in your toes.
Then you get numbness or tingling sensations in your feet.
The tingles are caused by a type of nerve that’s called sensory neuritis.
They’re usually a little bumpy and itchy.
And you don