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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by James Price, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. James Price

    James Price · Member

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    Dear all I have been asked to write a case study on peripheral neuropathy and would appreciate your help. I have a list of questions and would very much like it if you could help by answering them.

    Please feel free to ask your own questions as I would appreciate the input. Cheers James Price

    1, how has peripheral neuropathy affected your life?
    2, how has it impacted on your activities of daily living?
    3, have you lost or put weight on and how have dealt with it?
    4, do you smoke/ if so how many and for how long?
    5, were you sent any literature on diabetes care and if so who by?
    6, how did you discover you had peripheral neuropathy?
    7, what do you eat and has this changed since you were diagnosed as diabetic?
    8, has the diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy changed the way you see yourself body image?
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