Rheumatoid arthritis is highly, highly associated with gluten sensitivity, so by default you may be gluten sensitive and that gluten sensitivity could be destroying or damaging tissues in your gut that allow you to absorb vitamins and minerals appropriately. These nutrient deficiencies are sometimes responsible for the development of neuropathy.

Additional methotrexate can cause folate deficiency.

In that regard, you might ask your doc to check your folate levels and see if you’re folate deficient, because folate deficiency causes neuropathy.

You need folate to properly enervate or properly create the structure around the nerve that keeps it insulated.

Again, folate deficiency can create a neuropathy.

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