Friday, July 3, 2015

Vita Sciences Nervex Neuropathy Pain Relief Cream

After having so many surgeries on my foot, the nerve damage is unreal. I have almost constant stabs, tingles and searing pains that just do not go away. I take medication, which I am sure helps it some, but it is still bothersome to the point that it literally makes you think about just numbing the whole thing for good.

I have tried several over the counter topical creams and lotions to try and reduce the nerve pain, and have had some success with them so far, but nothing that makes me want to keep coming back to it. After my last surgery, 3 weeks ago, the doctor suggested trying something else to assist with the pain. I do not want to be on multiple medications, and I obviously have to walk and live with it, so I decided to see what else I could find.

I happened across the Nervex Neuropathy Pain Relief Cream, and applied for a review. The worst that could happen was it wouldn't work fully like everything else, right? To my surprise, this actually helped quite a bit. I applied it to the areas I could, avoiding the places where the incisions and stitches were, and waited to see what happened.

I could feel a lessening of the pains after applying the cream. I can't say it took away every tingle of pain, but I doubt there is anything that will do that. It did, however, minimize the pains I had and make me less aware of them than I had been before. The sharpness was dulled, and allowed me to continue with what I was doing without having to stop and wait for the pain to pass. This was much better than what I was dealing with before, so that was a big plus for me.

After continued use of this, I have noticed multiple times where the pains were really bad before applying this, and much more manageable after. I have used it before doing something strenuous on the weak foot, and as a spot treatment too. Both ways seems to give me relief and make getting through the day more bearable.

*I received a sample item for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

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