Multiple peripheral neuritis is an illness that results from a nerve injury outside of the spinal cord and the brain. It may result in discomfort, numbness, and weakness, most often in the feet and the hands. It may also affect other regions and activities of the body, like circulation, urination, and digestion.
People suffering from multiple peripheral neuritis report their discomfort as tingling, burning, or stabbing. This condition may be relieved with medication.