Patients taking potassium-sparing diuretics should know the signs of too much potassium and should check with a physician if any of these symptoms occur:
Numbness or tingling in the hands, feet or lips
Confusion or nervousness
Unusual tiredness or weakness
Weak or heavy feeling in the legs.
I just had a complete blood work up and my potassium level was within normal range. But I appreciate your response.
You can try chiropractic. I know it sounds strange, but I get sporadic Parasthesia, and my muscles will pull my spine out of alignment enough to slightly pinch my nerves and make the tingling worse. But, when I get adjustments, the Parasthesia is a lot better and hurts a lot less.
Has your neurologist ruled out CIDP?
A nerve biopsy can make the diagnosis,
There are treatments if CIDP is the real cause of your neuropathy.