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MGUS, neuropathy, pain and its treatment

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Published on Jun 4, 2011

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MGUS is a very rare peripheral neuropathy, usually late-onset in terms of the sufferer's age. It is one of the chronic demyelinating polyneuropathy group, that are mixed motor-sensory nerve affected and symmetrical in the damage caused.

Paraproteinaemic Demyelinating Neuropathy may be known by a variety of other titles. Neurologists around the world usually mean the same thing in these titles: MGUS-associated neuropathy/ polyneuropathy. ; Paraprotein-associated demyelinating neuropathy. ; Paraprotein associated neuropathy/polyneuropathy. ; CIDP associated with a paraprotein. ; CIDP associated with MGUS. ; Paraprotein-related or associated demyelinating neuropathy. ; Demyelinating paraproteinaemic neuropathy ; MGUS polyneuropathy. ; Peripheral Neuropathy associated with benign monoclonal gammopathy.
We treated the pain, which was refractory to classical analgesics with a combination of palmitoylethanolamide (Normast; PeaPure) and low dose naltrexone (LDN), and a tiny amount of pregabaline (25 mg and 50 mg) and could reduce the pain for around 50%.

Later during treatment we stopped the LDN and remained on the body-own supplement and inhibitor of inflammation, palmitoylethanolamide. Palmitoylethanolamide is a body own compound, and is available as a foodsupplement in the Netherlands via www.ergomax.nl

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