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The first symptoms of any neuropathy will be different for each person. so CIDP, neuropathy and polyneuropathy can present with many different

What is Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy

Symptoms noticed by most people are  numbness, tingling  sensations in the feet or hands. Some people feel the symptoms of pain in their legs

arms , feet , hands and the stomach.  many people feel like they have socks on, even though they are barefoot.  Over time, this feeling of numbness  spreads to  legs and hands.

As the symptoms of CIDP spread and neuropathy gets worse one  may find it harder and harder to walk. The legs feel like they are made of rubber,  legs feel heavy. Many people with advanced symptoms  have to pull themselves up the stairs with their hands.

When neuropathy advances  the symptoms of losing the balance become prominent, many people are not able to tell where their feet are. It becomes very easy to trip and  fall.


There are mainly three types of nerves in the Body so symptoms will vary depending upon what nerves are involved.

 When you feel Numbness, Tingling and Pain the sensory nerves are involved.

With sensory nerves being affected you feel pains, some time like electric shocks sensations. People may feel a electric bolt come down the spine into the leg or from the neck or from the feet up the foot. The most common symptom is Numbness or feeling that your feet are sleeping.

Symptoms of Autonomic Damageto nerves.

When  the autonomic nerves are involved one feels many symptoms the most common is a fall in their blood pressure drop in blood pressure and feeling of  dizziness when standing  up.

Difficulty in passing stools or  constipation is common.; sexual dysfunction with not being able to get a erection or it becomes weak.; There is thinning of the skin , bruising and poor healing.

Finally the Motor Symptoms

In motor symptoms one feels weakness. There is difficulty in walking and there is inability to stand up after one is laying down or sitting on the ground. These people will have drop feet and drop hands, they are unable to lift up their feet or lift up their hands.

One patient presented with numbness of the lips, numbness and pain in the stomach and numbness in the feet and hands. A quick dose of steroids relived all her symptoms in a week.

A man with many years of progressive weakness presented with symptoms of numbness in both legs, he was a construction worker with a daily habit of large intake of alcohol and beer . Once he was asked to quit the beer he quickly recovered fully with simple vitamin treatments.

A girl in London was seen with weakness of both hands and feet and she was a painter. Her home was full of lead based paint and she had a neuropathy due to lead. Simple chelating helped  her fully improve. You can chelate with Cilantro. For a homepathic chelator use Plumbum Met


The most common cause of neuropathy in the World is Leprosy caused by a infection and treated promptly is fully reversible, the one symptom seen in Leprosy is white depigmented spots of the skin.

Inflammatory neuropathy orChronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy is the most common form of undiagnosed under treated or poorly treated neuropathy in the World.

Again this condition is fully reversible within three to four weeks .


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