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... Can someone tell me how they got diagnosed with CIDP and if they were first labeled as probable MS or Guillian Barre. I have severe Fibromialgia which I developed in the last 7 years. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Miss Diagnosed.. I am truly sorry for your pain suffering and dealings with Dr's that are non caring. I have nonsystemic vascultic, small fiber neuropathy and auto immune neuropathy. It took me a few Dr's to get rid of. My new DR's proved to be my right choices. They understand my disease and medications and tests etc... I don't have MS but there is a chance I have CIDP.... (1 replies)
... you are out there trying and keep up. Some of our differences is I have tested possitive for Lyme Disease, but have not gone to an ENT. I didn't remember the CIDP you mentioned, got excited to learn another clue and I looked it up. ... (1 replies)

Jun 15, 2009
... I've been suffering from CIDP for about 10 years now and haven't had symptoms you describe, although I know it can affect different parts of the body. ... (4 replies)
... I have just been suspected having CIDP by my neurologist and he wants to try 80 mg Depo-medrol....he is not sure of the diagnosis and so does not wish to try oral steroids or High dose of iv-methyl prednisolone.(solu-medrol) Can anyone please advise...Has Depo-medrol been used in CIDP. (0 replies)
CIDP-new diagnosis
Jun 16, 2009
... My boyfriend was just diagnosed with CIDP from a well known neurologist in NYC. We are now waiting for the insurance to approve the IVIG treatment. ... (1 replies)
... cells for the auto immune attack. Other times like CIDP it comes out of nowhere and slowly progresses worse. ... (24 replies)
... I know the time while you wait for your neurology appt is maddening but really you must caution against trying to find a diagnosis on your own. I did the exact same thing and it wasn't helpful in the least. I had just about convinced myself that I had MS but I don't. ... (4 replies)
... Cells attacking the Myelin Sheath in the spinal cord causing this form of Neuropathy. The Lumbar Puncture is the Gold standard for diagnosis on this as an elevated serum protein count is the giveaway here. ... (4 replies)
... IDP. GB often occurs after some other illness, progresses quickly, can be completely debilitating in the short term, but usually ends up with complete recovery. CIDP is a sort of chronic version of GB but progresses more slowly and there is little known about the long term prognosis. Treatments are available to moderate it. ... (11 replies)
... Hi folks! I had an EMG last week, have a detailed report, but won't get to follow up with my neurologist for a 1.5 weeks. So, I am wondering if anyone has insight into, and/or experience working through, a diagnosis similar to mine: "IMPRESSION: The present findings are diagnostic of a mild to moderate, relatively symmetrical, chronic, axonal and demyelinating,... (1 replies)
May 1, 2010
... Stargrave,thank you for the support. I'm furious with my family member who received my post-procedure test results! I was half-comatose and went home fom a busy outpt. clinic with CA diagnosis. My doc explains in full detail his findings the next day. I had 2 benign polyps removed! Thank God! CA is a serious health issue and I admire all who battle the disease. (3 replies)
... Jo, you have every right to be concerned...but I've got to ask - have any of these neuros considered IVIG a blood product to slow the progression? I know it's used for many neuropathies and GBS/CIDP, but ALSO for early stage pregnancies when self-abortion is a possibility. I don't know about it's efficacy during later pregnancies, but it's worth a shot to ask. I would guess ... (24 replies)
... Joastudio.....You can research these diseases on the web and see if they match up to her symptoms. They are ALS, CIDP and Multi Focal Motor Neuropathy. The only virus that causes paralysis that i know of is ''Polio''. ... (24 replies)
... m of Guillame Barre...It is no longer considered so. Many chronic neuropathies, either genetic, autoimmune or related to other chronic diseases are also in the CIDP category. ... (6 replies)
... rations about diagnosis...I believe there are very few here who don't have a really good 'story' to tell about how many docs or years or tests it took to get any diagnosis or treatment! ... (14 replies)
... Well, you can probably rule out the CIDP along with rh fever. I have no answers as to why your doctors are being so passive or appear to be. That has got to be the worst! ... (7 replies)
... you have to be aggressive in pursuing diagnosis and treatment as it is your health and well being at stake! Good luck. ... (6 replies)
... Iím m a 36 year old female. Perfectly healthy until 6 months ago. First symptoms were numbness and tingling in fingers. Progressed to loss of strength in my arms and coordination in my hands. Primary care suspected disc problem. Referred me to physical therapy. During the month of PT, symptoms got worse. I could no longer pick up my 3 year old. Referred to neurologist. Nerve... (5 replies)
... Hi! Am new here and have been making the rounds to find out about numb feet etc. Had a wrond diagnosis of CIDP. After testing my neuro says it is neuropathy and has started me on topiramate. Do you know anything about this? ... (11 replies)

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