I just spent three months in the hospital. Going in I was basically normal (had a stomach problem, chronic pain syndrome RSD, and a few balance/vision probs but nothing major). After one particular NG tube and then irritated by others things changed. My throat started hurting severely and I was not able to swallow/eat, not able to talk. I'm not able to sit up on my own because I fall over to my right. I can not keep my head up. I feel like I am spinning when sitting up. Walking and standing definitely aren't working. Doctors can't figure it out. Any idea what it could be? I'm a teenager. Don't want to be like this forever.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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