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Default Peripheral Neuropathy from Nerve Compression

Hey,

does anyone have experiences with Neuropathy that is caused merely by compression, without any underlying nerve issues?

In my case I gave myself a deep tissue massage 3 weeks ago and I might have pressed on the nerves, because since I feel numb, weak etc. all over my body.
I was especially wondering if this would be merely neuropraxia or if an axonotmesis is also realistic under these circumstances.


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