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Neuropathic pain (NP) is a form of pain caused by direct damage to one or several nerves, which is often chronic and recurrent. NP accounts for approximately 6-10% of all cases of chronic pain. NP is
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The characteristic symptom of NP is a sharp, shooting or burning pain which often occurs spontaneously or is caused by stimuli that usually should not hurt, including mild changes in temperature or very light contact. This may be accompanied by sensations of numbness or tingling in the affected area; along with insomnia, anxiety and depression.