I have a few questions, if you don't mind:
I know you're only 23 years old, but I don't know how long you've had Type 1.
Please give me some idea of how "tight" your control is. What's your target blood sugar
and what are you present average blood sugars and/or A1c? Has your control always
been like this?
What are the symptoms you presently have of neuropathy? It usually starts with some
numbness and/or tingling in one or both feet.
Are you on any kind of restricted diet (eg. low carbohydrate, low fat, etc.)?
Approximately how many grams of carbs do you eat daily?
What is your insulin regimen (eg. injections, pump, etc.)?
Do you engage in any form of regular cardio and/or anaerobic exercise?
There are many ways to cope with neuropathy and many treatment options available.
However, in my opinion, it is better to employ the safest ones (like diet, tighter control, exercise, etc.)
before medications and medical procedures. You are in a very good position because your
neuropathy has been diagnosed early and hasn't had time to cause any permanent damage.
In most cases, fortunately, the symptomatic development of neuropathy can be retarded
and even reversed.