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SFN in one leg?

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Unread 01-03-2013, 07:34 AM   #1
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Default SFN in one leg?

Hi I am currently waiting for skin biopsy results for diagnosis of small fiber and autonomic neuropathy and I was wondering if it is possible for SFN to happen in one leg more than the other? I had the biopsy on my right and I feel like all of my symptoms recently have been on the left....is it possible that a skin biopsy could come out neg. because the neuropathy is only on one side? (also i have other symptoms higher up on both sides i just feel like recently it has been concentrated on my left leg)..guess i am just concerned that the results will not be revealing to what is actually happening

thanks so much!
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