Reply To: Back pain with CIDP?
You’re welcome. For me it started in my knees – a place I have never had pain in before. Over time the pains spread to other areas – so I naturally thought it was aging. Then everything just started going down hill. I used to be very active – so some of it I blamed on my need for physical exertion. LOL.
You’re general practicioner may not diagnose this as CIDP – you really should look into a Neurologist. My GP originally diagnosed me with Fibromyalgia… Which (from what I hear) is very common – or MS. My Neurologist had heard of CIDP but never diagnosed anyone with it before. So, my diagnosis came as a big shock to us both.
I understand the need for answers. 🙂 Good luck to you too!!! But in all sincerity – I pray you don’t have CIDP. But, it doesn’t hurt to rule it out.