Does anyone know if hand tremors and syncope are associated with this disease? In my case, sarcoidosis caused it even though I also have fibro. The sarcoidosis docs in Cleveland told me there is a direct causal link to the sarcoidosis. Can't afford anymore trips back to the Cleveland Clinic. Had to go back up there (born and raised there) to have the asfn diagnosed. I'm living in northern Georgia now and most docs here sort of freak out cause they don't seem to know what sarcoidosis is. The only specialist here either doesn't know much or simply doesn't care. Doesn't seem to be much web information covering all of the symptoms.
Second, does anyone know about the impact that mold exposure has on the nervous system? Just had a run-in with the pa at my allergist's office today who didn't want to test me for indoor mold allergies. Yeah, I know I'm allergic to everything outside, but I live inside. Don't these guys understand that? Sorry, that was frustration coming through.
Third, could recent syncope episodes prevent me from knee replacement surgery? These knees are so-o-o very bad. Should have been replaced 12 years ago. Pain doctor used four letter word to describe condition of knees. If can't have surgery, will have to go back to using power chair and my car can't use an attached chair carrier. Using chair instead of walking will also speed up the process to osteoporosis.
Any info will be helpful. Think I'll have to gear myself up for more fun!