I think almost all of us has to yell at you and say “YOU’RE DOING TOO MUCH, GET SOME REST”. Try taking a few days off and do some R&R and see how you feel. If those things go away, BINGO!!!
I’ve never had a burning sensation, but I can get what I call “normal numb (falling asleep with my arm tucked under me) over syndrome numb” and I have to wait for it to return to just “syndrome numb”.
Hello again Willie,
This site might help you learn how to be your own advocate, it’s worth a try [url]www.VoiceForTheUninsured.org[/url] If you look real hard at the small tabs on the top right of this site, they have a doctor finder. Perhaps one of the doctors who joined, will work with you.
There’s nothing wrong with wishful thinking and hoping you don’t have this syndrome, but you probably are aware now that “something” is wrong, so if you have seen a neurologist who’s familiar with CIDP, accept that right now.
Have you tried a web site called [url]www.needymeds.com[/url] If you qualify, they will help people with no insurance pay for meds.
Also, if you own a house, you can apply for a home equity loan to cover medical expenses.