Effectiveness For Nerve Pain From Ankle Fusion Surgery

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Marsha Says:
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My primary Dr. Prescribed Metanx for my nerve pain from ankle fusion surgery.I've taken it for 30 days and haven't noticed any relief.will this work and if so how long before effective?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Marsha! How are you?

Metanx is classified by the FDA as a medical food that supports nerve health. However, what that means is that it won't actually relieve pain. Its typical side effect is usually just nausea, due to the potency.

Have you informed your doctor that it isn't helping? You will most likely need a medication that will actually help with nerve pain.

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