Diabetic neuropathic pain is a pain which certain patients with diabetes may experience as a consequence of high blood sugar levels. These high levels can damage many body organs, including the nerves that carry impulses to the brain. While some people with pain from diabetes display no symptoms, others experience pain, tingling or numbness in the extremities. Such symptoms can occur in any organ system, including the digestive tract, heart and sexual organs. This pain in diabetic patients is due to decompensation of the disease for a period of time. Pain management for diabetes includes maintaing a good level of care for the patient throughout the illness, and trying to reverse the values of blood sugar so that they return to a normal level.