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Re: If you can't find a neurological diagnosis, my story could open your eyes!
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Posted by Lori
on August 05, 2000 at 19:01:00:
In Reply to: Re: If you can't find a neurological diagnosis, my story could open your eyes! posted by Harry on August 04, 2000 at 01:03:31:
I am very interested in your story and if you don't mind would like more details. My mother who is 52 has been struck by some type of neuropathy that the doctors have been unable to diagnose alot of her symptoms are similar to yours. She hasn't had any skin conditions but the numbness, short term memory and unbalance definetly describe her. Hers started in her feet and hands and is gravitating to her torso. Any other information you could give would be great if you'd like you could e-mail my address is above. I also live in VA my Mom is in Missouri but if the doctors she's seeing now can't find anything she will definetly be looking for a second opinion. John's Hopkins was not one of the hospitals her doctors have mentioned but at this point she'll go just about anywhere. Thanks so much for posting your message.
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