CIDP and MG
In terms of specialists, my Cardio says the PVCs are benign but they come so often at times that they make me dizzy. I’ve used BB and they worked. Unfortunately they also lower BP and that’s a no, no, if you’re undergoing Plasma Transfers. CIDP symptoms do include constipation and digestive problems, although they’re not common. After all we have PN all over the body. Wherever a nerve is damaged you’re going to get some symptoms. In respect to MG you’re right with the exceptions of the breathing problems the latter can have. Lately I’ve come across a number of people that started out with GB and were later dx with CIDP. That doesn’t surprise me, since they’re very close in symtoms. But it can also mean the neurologist dx incorrectly.
I just don’t know where I am anymore. I’ve come to believe that it takes a very gifted neurologist to dx the neuropathies well. Most of them don’t want to go near them because they just don’t understand them. I’ve seen three neurologist and they all gave me a different dx. As I said in my previous post, now I’ve fallen into that 30% called idiopathic
Thank you so much for answering my post.