Does nerve damage contribute to 'long-COVID' symptoms? published Mar 2, 2022

keepontruckin

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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/03/220301162000.htm

"Almost all post-COVID neuropathy appears due to infection-triggered immune dysfunction that is potentially treatable"
"Most long-COVID neuropathies described so far appear to reflect immune responses to the virus that went off course. And some patients seem to improve from standard treatments for other immune-related neuropathies." She cautioned that there hasn't been enough time to conduct clinical trials to rigorously test specific treatments , however.
 

hapl808

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What 'treatments' are we talking about? Just gabapentin or lyrica or something? I love when studies make it sound like we have effective cures for things where at best we have palliative remedies with potential long term damage.