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Re: Severe Sensory Polyneuropathy with Autonomic Involvement
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Posted by Contessas
on December 01, 1999 at 12:40:13:
In Reply to: Re: Severe Sensory Polyneuropathy with Autonomic Involvement posted by Carole on October 06, 1999 at 20:02:07:
: :This is all very new to me and I'm learning as I go but...I notice I have a difficult time now adjusting to changes in light as in coming in from outside or vice-versa. Its extremely difficult to focus . My eyes in general are becoming a problem. s difficult to focus and see clearly with my left even with my glasses. My balance stinks..often feel like a drunken sailor. If I get up during the night to use the bathroom I'm bouncing off furniture and walls. I now keep night lites in kitchen and bath because its easier to move around. I have hypertension but lately have started with an irregular heart beat and palpitations. Looking for others with polyneuropathy and autonomic nerve involvement.
: : How is your balance in light and darkness? Any heart problems?
: : Thank You.
You may note you have trouble in the darkness because you cannot sense your feet.
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