Swelling makes sense
when you tie your sensory [nerve] system to your vascular and lymphatic systems. Your nerves tell the other two to move that swelling out and those nerves aren’t working right to get the job done.
Here is a site that explains it all
go to the ‘diabetes in skin disease’ tab, click it on then click on the abstract and intro…then read away. What happens to our skin is very very similar to that of diabetics in how the damaged nerves don’t give our other systems the correct signals to do the jobs they’ve normally done.
Our bodies are complicated things. This is only one aspect of what gets messed up with CIDP. The more we learn, the better we can deal with it?