Polyneuritis occurs when the nerves in the body undergo major inflammation. Some of the common symptoms are tingling sensations and numbness in various parts of the patient’s body, abnormality in the gait, and pain. These symptoms may be experienced at night. Patients may also go through burning sensations, weakness and blisters, along with lack of balance in movement. They may have to endure cramps in their muscles and their overall free movement becomes deeply problematic. Polyneuritis may be a lifelong problem faced by the patient, turning into a chronic disorder.
HOW IS POLYNEURITIS DIAGNOSED?
Patients of polyneuritis may undergo heart problems as well.