Thursday, March 15, 2012

Review: Neuragen Gel


My husband has been suffering from neuropathy pain in his feet for over a year and his doctors said they could get rid of the pain with a prescription medicine called Gabapentin. The prescription medicine worked for a little while but when the pain from the neuropathy got worst the prescription medicine stopped working, even when the dose was doubled.

So I went looking online for something, anything that would work and I came across a website for Neuragen. They claimed that their product would relieve the shooting pain, burning, tingling and stabbing pain associated with neuropathy. At the time they were giving away a small sample of their Neurogen PN liquid and so I signed up for the sample. When it came Ken used it on his feet and almost immediately it started to work on the pain he was having.

I visited the site and saw they also had a gel form of the Neuragen for $32.99 for a 0.28 oz jar. I checked Amazon.com for the product and they had it for $22.00 and eligible for free super saver shipping. So of course I ordered it from them and saved myself a little money.

I wasn't sure I wanted to spend that kind of money for such a small amount but when it came and we used it on hubby's feet, I could see you only need to use a tiny amount on the area that's hurting. So this small jar is going to last a while, but I plan on buying another jar just to have on hand.

This product, works really well. The gel is easier to apply to targeted areas that are bothering you and you don't have to run in it a lot because it absorbs right in and starts working almost immediately. I highly recommend this product to anyone who is suffering from neuropathy pain and hasn't been able to find anything that seems to help. Hubby is even going to bring this product with him the next time he goes to the doctor so the doctor knows to tell his other patients who have this problem what to get.

15 comments:

  1. I'm glad the product worked :)

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  2. I have as well used this product! It is amazing I would get horrible headaches and shooting pain down my right arm along with pins and needles feeling and weakness in arm and hand with this gel I would feel completely better within 10 min! I also was prescribed the same med as ur husband it no longer helps me. Currently I have bulging disks in my lumbar spine which are pinching my sciatic nerve cause horrible pain into my buttocks and down my left leg I cannot walk correctly due to this. When I apply this cream within 20 mins I can walk normally and not look like I'm going to fall over from pain! It does not completely relieve all the pain but it is a major relief to what pain I do have! I would recommend this gel to anyone! And yes $30 is expensive for this tiny container but the pain relief it gives is worth a whole lot more than the $30 it costs!

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  3. Michelle, thanks for stopping by. Glad to hear this stuff is working for you too.

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  4. I started using neuragen for diabetic neuropathy and got immediate relief. the horrible itching that is my major symptom stops. it also stops the shooting pain that i sometimes get in my toes. i have a friend with shingles who was getting no relief from his pain, so we tried tgheneuragen and he cried, the relief was so enormous.

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  5. best $30 I've ever spent. Wearing shoes has become unbearable especially in the summer months, and neuragen had helped get me through my heat intolerance in my toes. One 4oz tube of cream lasted me almost 3 months. 30 cents a day is a small price to pay...

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  6. best $30 I've ever spent. Wearing shoes has become unbearable especially in the summer months, and neuragen had helped get me through my heat intolerance in my toes. One 4oz tube of cream lasted me almost 3 months. 30 cents a day is a small price to pay...

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  7. I have been awake since 3 in the am. Painful diabetic nerve pain little toe. 2 hours later the boyf gets this for me. . Im not feeling any pain atm. Hopefully for the rest of my life. He got a 4oz bottle from Walgreens... Its $20 on sale. I'm from Hawaii so price may be differ.

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    1. So glad that this stuff helped you.

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    2. Maybe it's pain caused by something wrong in your back. Go have them do an MRI. Bindi St on it! I've had idiopathic neuropathic pain for fifteen years and gabapentin relieves only some of it. Nothing like Neuragen has helped at all so I hate to waste even more money. Good luck to you.

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    3. Don't know where Bindi St. Came from.

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  8. Well unfortunately it didn't end up working. My own doctor can't give me any prescription to help with the pain, and it's not diabetic nerve pain. Oh hum... Here am i crying from pain.

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    1. Sorry to hear that. My husband takes gabapentin for nerve pain and it works a little.

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  9. I'm just starting to use the cream, will tell more
    I'm prescribed with gabapentin but not much release.
    On December I got a knee patella plateau fracture and I was prescribed percocet 5/325 & I can tell that pain medication release any pain but there are side effects

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    1. Hopefully the cream will help.

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