Are you taking any prescription drugs?
If so, you’re far from alone. In fact – more Americans are taking prescription drugs than ever before. According to the most recent statistics, a staggering 60% of Americans ages 20 or older are taking at least one prescription drug. That means 3 out of every 5 adults have a prescription.
While prescription drugs can offer new treatment and relief from different ailments, it is important to know the risks involved. The side effects can be serious – and sometimes even permanent. Among the various side effects associated with prescription drugs, nerve damage is one that can become irreversible if not caught early enough.
We’ve encountered thousands of patients whose neuropathy was caused by the prescription drug they were taking. More often than not, they didn’t even know what neuropathy or nerve damage was (let alone that they were at risk of it) while taking the drugs.
With that in mind, we decided to create a simple to read, downloadable & printable guide to prescriptions that have been shown to cause neuropathy.
Our team spent hours researching every available data source and have compiled what we believe to be the most complete guide to drugs that can cause neuropathy available today.
Click the download button below to get your free copy of the guide.
Keep it somewhere on your computer or print it off and stick it in the medicine cabinet.
Check your prescriptions against this list and consult with your doctor if you have any concerns. Of course, these prescriptions won’t always cause nerve damage, but if you’re taking any of them and have noticed an increase in neuropathy-related symptoms (i.e. numbness, tingling, pain) – consult your doctor immediately.