hi my son cannot move or feel his right leg for two years, on good days he uses crutches and drags his right leg behind him, on bad days he uses his wheelchair, it started two years ago he had an op to remove kidney stones, when he came round after the op he was in terrible pain for two weeks, then all these strange things started to happen, he had numbness on certain parts of his leg, his legs felt like lead, he complained of pins and needles , his vision in his right eye was bad then his leg went completely numb in time his other symptoms settled but his leg never returned, he has had a normal emg test done and a normal brain scan the doctors say its conversion disorder but cannot show us any evidence to back this diagnosis up, has anybody ever heard of a story like thisReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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