Neuropathy is the medical term used to describe pain or discomfort caused by damage to the body’s peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervous system includes the nerves that control movement and sensations in the arms and legs. Signs and symptoms of neuropathy include numbness, pain, burning, tingling or loss of feeling in your hands or feet.
Neuropathy is a possible side effect of some breast cancer treatments.
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