SWEAT PEAK. Increased. C-Fiber inflammation detected.
if symptoms: Anti-inflammatory cream is suggested
If no symptoms: Preliminary research suggests alpha-lipoic acid may be helpful in slowing or even reversing neuropathy.
SWEAT PEAK. Mildly to moderately decreased value for Sweat Peak Marker (>= 512 mV): C-fiber density decreased.
Treatment of any underlying causative etiology is likely to be the most effective treatment when possible. If symptoms: Capsaicin cream may be helpful.
SWEAT PEAK. No sudomotor response (< 512 mV): C-fiber damage detected. Treatment of any underlying causative etiology of a small fiber neuropathy is likely to be the most effective treatment when possible. Symptomatic medications: Refer to Neurologist. Gabapentin frequently is utilized as a first-line treatment of neuropathic pain. NO PEAK. Decreased. Microcirculatory disorders detected If no contraindications, B12 is suggested and/or Pycnogenol. Supplementary exams for Kidney and Eyes are suggested.