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What can help to treat neuropathic pain?

You may want to make an appointment with a pain management specialist if you have had no relief from other treatments and doctors. They have a lot of experience in areas such as this. There are a few medications, like gabapentin (Neurontin), pregabalin (Lyrica), or amitriptyline that are not narcotics and may help with your type of pain.

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