Jason, you are still too new to CIDP. I remember feeling the same way for a very long time.Then if one doesn’t get back to “normal,” eventually you begin to forget what that was even like. I can’t believe that I was still downhill skiing right before I got sick, used to remeber in dreams, but not anymore. When I see people running, I can’t imagine what that feels like (even though I was on the track team in 4 events in high school.) The new you becomes the new norm, it isn’t all bad. I am so used to this damaged body that unless I come on this forum, I rarely think about it anymore. I do need lots of rest though, but I am used to that as well.
Welcome to your GBS/CIDP family. You are not alone & you came to to right place. I’m Almost 9 yrs. into CIDP. I agree with all the above! Been there, praying for you.
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