I am at the end of my rope with my neuropathy. So many things are happening and I just can't cope anymore. First it started with just the gait imbalance (like walking on a mattress), now it has progressed to "Silent Seizures", vertigo, memory problems, etc. I was dx'd with Sjogren's Syndrome about 14 yrs. ago, but I'm pretty sure I had had it for many years. Spent years and a lot money only to be told "It's all in your head". Luckily, because of extreme neck and spinal pain, my family doctor sent me to a rheumatologist who took one look and listened for about 10 minutes and knew exactly what it was before even performing any tests. I have been ever so grateful to him. However, the disease has started to attack my nervous system, so along with the joint & muscle pain I am now trying to cope with the vertigo. Tomorrow I start cognitive therapy and who knows what next month will bring. Sjogren's is the disease that keeps on giving, and giving, and giving. :(
Are any of you coping with the vertigo and how do you manage?
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