Reply To: IVIG/treatment and symptoms
I have the nmbness/parathesia in my feet and it increases with exercise. There was a post not too long ago where somene asked about increased parathesia with exercise and it seemed pretty common.
In my case the cidp affects mainly my lower legs/ankles and it’s my feet that get the increase parathesia. Maybe it was the exercise from walking around the store, and in your case where it’s proximal cidp that’s why it started in your mid trunk???
I had read in a post quite a while ago that parathesia brought on by exercise usually resolves with time and rest, where that from relapse or progression does not. Keep in mind these are not Dr statements–just things i have read on here. Definitely if you feel you are getting worse then call your Dr