Bilateral Vestibular Dysfunction and CIDP
AnonymousSeptember 8, 2008 at 5:30 pm
Has anyone on this board heard of bilateral vestibular dysfuction with CIDP or any other form of sensory-motor polyneuropathy?
I did a random internet search last night and came up with a few hits on the bvd + pn but there wasn’t too much info. In may 2007 after my vertigo hit I had a VNG/ENG done that showed I had severely reduced responses to the caloric testing. None of my doctors have even commented on that or suggested we investigate further.
Anyone with a similar experience.
August 24, 2016 at 11:17 pm
This was a old classic answer to a simple question. The answer is yes.CIDP including being can preceded. CIDP. If you tell this on presentation to any neuro, the answer will be a definative yes.
October 14, 2016 at 4:46 pm
I’ve had CIDP since 1987 and yes I repeatedly suffer from Vertigo. I have had 2 xMayo Nero’s and neither said yes to this question. I did not ask them if it was possible but they both had my records and could easily read that this was a reoccurring problem for me.
So before I talk to either I would appreciate the Name of the Neuro, or those Physicians who know this is possible. Knows ?? Anyone can guess even the most educated/accomplished Physician. I have all the symptoms of an MS patient except Cognitive problems and Scars on the brain. The only other thing I would mention is that I’m 75 years old and lots of stuff pops up for an male at this age.
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