Neuropathic Pain

Caused by your nervous system becoming damaged or simply not working correctly, neuropathic pain can be experienced in varying levels and from a variety of locations within the nervous system. The spinal cord, brain and peripheral nerves can all be sources of neuropathic pain. 

The pain occurs when damaged nerve fibres send incorrect signals to the pain centres. It can be exceedingly difficult to discover the source of the neuropathic pain and unfortunately, there are hundreds of diseases and conditions which cause similar pain.

At EU Meds, our collection of treatments can help you to relieve the pain and carry on with life as normally as possible.

Amitriptyline
Amitriptyline
  • Treats many kinds of persistent pain
  • Especially effective for nerve or neuropathic pain
  • Affects the nerve cells in the body
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Duloxetine
Duloxetine
  • Relieves nerve pain
  • Restores the balance of chemicals in the brain
  • Effective treatment for arthritis and fibromyalgia
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Carbamazepine
Carbamazepine
  • Prevents and controls seizures
  • Relieves nerve pain
  • Anticonvulsant drug
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Medication delivered discreetly from EU pharmacies

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  1. Choose the right treatment

    From the comfort of your own home or out on the go, choose the treatment you require from our extensive range.

  2. Complete an online consultation

    A vital part of our process, your online consultation will be similar questions to that of a GP. Quick and easy, we guarantee privacy and confidentiality.

  3. Delivered discreetly

    One of over 100 of our partner regulated EU pharmacies will dispense and ship the treatment to you in discrete packaging.

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