In God We Trust Providing simple prevention & reversal  of all diseases


Women Heart Risk
Women  Disease
Burning Feet
Services Page
Auto- Diseases
Female Disease
Bible healing

Autoimmune self attack



Multi Focal Motor neuropathy


Lewis Summer

Tips for CIDP

Axonal EMG







CIDP-family issue



CIDP-GBS children

Peripheral Neuropathy


Types of neuropathy

alcoholic poly neuropathy

Some rheumatic disorders


Celiac disease story

neurological effects of CIDP


IVIg, Home to IVIg

Fatty acids in  diseases

Nerve Fiber types

Autonomic neuropathy or Small fiber neuropathy

G00gle Health Search

Overview  by M.C.& modification by I.K.  USA    page -1

A to 20 million people in the United States over age 40 have some type of peripheral neuropathy.In many, the impairment is predominantly in small nerve fibers, and the clinical presentation consists of pain, burning, tingling, and numbness in a length-dependent or stocking-glove distribution.Autonomic neuropathy  or small fiber neuropathy is  caused by damage to the smallest nerves that  supply sensory feelings, help regulate  your heart rate, blood pressure, perspiration and digestion, among other functions. Neuropathy means  damage to your nerves. Autonomic small fiber neuropathy is  are often due to diabetes, autoimmune diseases, infections or toxic conditions. Your nerves transmit messages between your brain and your  organs. Damage to your autonomic nerves results in faulty communication with your brain and the affected  parts of the body .Your nerves are composed of many types of fibers and the smallest fiber is affected by this neuropathy so it is called small fiber neuropathy. The condition is fully and easily reversible. Signs and symptoms are variable on which nerves are affected but can range from dizziness to trouble with digestion and urination to sexual difficulties. Treatment involves addressing the underlying cause, if possible, and managing the signs and symptoms.

Signs and symptoms Signs and symptoms of autonomic neuropathy depend on which parts of your autonomic nervous system are most affected. They may include:A drop in blood pressure on standing (orthostatic hypotension), which can cause dizziness and fainting Trouble with urination, including diminished sensation, overflow incontinence and inability to empty your bladder completely, which can lead to urinary tract infections. Male impotence or weak erectile function. Numbness in toes very common and may be the earliest and only symptom,  feet or genitals, abdomen. Tendency to trip easily. Burning sensation on skin. Difficulty in judging accelerator position while driving. Trouble focusing eyes. Vaginal dryness and difficulties with arousal and orgasm in women. Difficulty digesting food (gastroparesis), which can cause diarrhea, constipation, abdominal bloating, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, feeling full after eating little and loss of appetite Cardiovascular problems, such as heart rate abnormalities Heat intolerance, especially during exercise, and usually decreased sweating or increase sweating. Sluggish pupil reaction to light and dark Exercise intolerance, which causes your heart rate to remain unchanged instead of increasing and decreasing in response to your activity level Lack of the usual warning signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), which include shakiness, sweating and palpitation Severe drop in blood pressure on standing: This is caused when the heart rate fails to accelerate on standing up.

Signs to remember you may not get all of these signs Urinary incontinenceUrinary tract infection (UTI) Erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction in diabetes: Keys to prevention Vaginal dryness Diabetic gastroparesis Constipation Diarrhea Cardiovascular disease 101: Know your heart and blood vessels Numbness feeling in toes, fingers or abdomen. Burning  and pain. Hypoglycemia

Please continue to next page of autonomic neuropathy