Peripheral Neuropathy Causes The potential peripheral neuropathy causes that have been identified are numerous and varied. In fact, there are many different diseases and illnesses that can result in this potentially debilitating condition. At times, the resulting peripheral neuropathy is only temporary and can be reversed completely. This of course, would really depend on the particular cause of peripheral neuropathy and whether or not it can be rectified with appropriate treatment. Other times however, the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy can become permanent. Some of the more common illnesses or conditions that can cause peripheral neuropathy are listed below. To learn more about any of these potential causes of peripheral neuropathy, click on the following links:

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