Sometimes my legs feels wet (when it's not wet) and cold. Is that normal and expected with small fiber neuropathy?

Can occur- yes. Small fiber neuropathy can result in odd feelings in the legs such as what you're describing. What condition have you been diagnosed with that is resulting in this type of neuropathy? In other words, we believe that neuropathy (no matter what type) is generally caused by some other entity such as diabetes, thyroid disease, nutritional deficiencies, etc.) There are also cases where it is unknown.

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Can small fiber neuropathy cause temperature changes in the leg too?

Small fiber nerve. Damage can cause the sensation of temperature dysfunction sensation because these fibers are responsible for somatosensation - pain and temperature senses. Read more...
Nerves and temps. Neuropathy can cause a change in the perception of temperature. Many people feel a sense of burning for example. The skin may also not detect temperature changes and it may not react to ambient temperatures in the same manner as skin that is not affected by neuropathy. at some centers, there is a sweat test to help measure this phenomenon. Read more...

Have there ever been any cases of small fiber neuropathy affecting only one leg?

Doubtful. Anything is possible but this sounds like a very unusual symptom for small fiber neuropathy. I would call into question the diagnosis. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3086960/ Read more...

I tend to experience a lot of side effects from medications. Should I try nerve blocks for my bilateral small fiber neuropathy leg pain?

Probably not. Nerve blocks may help if large nerve roots are inflamed or injured. Typically they are used for a person with back pain when there is bone fide pressure on a nerve. Even in these situations many people do not have significant (> 50%) or sustained (> 3 months) relief of pain. I agree that medications have some side effects. Active physical/mental activity can distract your brain from nerve pain. Read more...

Can small fiber neuropathy cause strange itchy feeling legs?

Possibly. Strange itchiness in legs could represent a low level pain expression which might be an early sign of small fibre dysfunction. If this is associated with changes in pin sensation and temperature sensation, might well consider such a cause. Definitive test would be a skin punch biopsy in the legs. Read more...

Doctor told me small fiber neuropathy mainly only occurs in the feet but my symptoms come into my legs. So would I not have small fiber neuropathy?

Neuropathy. Neuropathies are usually symmetric and initially affect the toes and feet and slowly progress and ascend upwards, by the time symptoms reach the knee, then the fingers are affected unless the underlying cause of the neuropathy is found and treated. Read more...
Small fiber nerves. Small fiber neuropathy refers to problems with the small nerve fibers in the skin. It can be diagnosed by a skin biopsy done with special staining. Normally big university medical centers do this test. This condition can be present in the feet, legs, etc. Sometimes people make this diagnosis when they cannot find the cause. In that case, the diagnosis is not certain. Read more...

Would a spinal cord stimulator help with small fiber neuropathy pain of leg?

Small Fiber Neuro. Spinal cord stimulator has been shown to be effective in treating a number of chronic pain situations such as chronic pain, such as failed back surgery syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome, ischemic and coronary artery disease. There is also a case report showing the successful treatment of small fiber neuropathy with spinal cord stimulation from georgetown university. Read more...