Neuropathy: as told to us by The Free Dictionary.
neu·rop·a·thy/ (ndbobr-rop´ah-the) a functional disturbance or pathological change in the peripheral nervous system, sometimes limited to noninflammatory lesions as opposed to those of neuritis.
Neuropathy: as told to us by a Neuropathy patient.
An area of the body, (feet and or hands) that has no feeling and yet hurts more than anything that anyone has felt before. The burning feeling is just like you would feel just between 1st and 2nd degree burns because after that, the sensory ends are burnt off so there is no feeling.