Spinning my wheelshttp://www.gbs-cidp.org/forums/images/smilies/confused.gif
Thanks for all the good input!
I know my pain management Dr. is not the best person to diagnose this, he knows it as well. He told me that even if he did diagnose CIDP I would still need a neuro Dr. to agree…..all of that makes perfect sense. Where the problem lies is that no except my pain Dr. will even acknowledge that there is something going on….my new neuro(who I have no confidence in) has dismissed my EMG results as I was cold.Both times last month because they did arms and legs on different days and 3 years ago when they dx me w/bilateral carpel tunnel and a compressed ulnar nerve(none of which is the case):confused: ……what do I do, what do I say, who do I go to………and remember I have to do all of this using the military health care system!!!!!