I've been diagnosed with Central Pontine Myellosis but I don't have any of the symptoms. No parlaysis on external limbs and tongue, I'm not a drinker of any sort, I may be malnourished - my diet is very specific, I'm obviously not in a coma or have lock-in syndrome. The only thing they have is that they believe there are lesions in my pons and that I've lost weight over a period of years.
What can I do? I don't think this is right. Is there any other disease they may have confused me with - I am low in thiamin if that means anything.
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