I was gifted 3 kinds of neuropathy almost overnight in 2007 as a result of an autoimmune thing. Also ended up with T2 diabetes. Since then, my A1C has been below 5.4, and I never have highs. Nevertheless, the peripheral neuropathy has gotten steadily worse. The amytrophic neuropathy had me in a wheelchair for a while, and on a walker. Along with that, the muscles in my legs atrophied. I worked the muscles back, but the nerves don't work great. I can walk. Or let's be more accurate and say I can do an inelegant waddle. The third type, autonomic neuropathy, mostly affects my heart rate, digestion, blood pressure, and ability to sweat (I don't). It has never gotten any worse, I'd almost say it's better except I think really I've just learned to live with it. Once your nerves are screwed up, they seem to be gone. It's not all bad news, though. If you keep moving as much as you can, you learn to compensate.