My son woke up on 2/24/09 around 6:00 in the morning and could not move his body from neck down. He was in his right mind. He could talk and move his neck. He didn't have any feeling in his arms, hands or legs. He was rushed to the hospital and they could not figure out what was wrong with him. Then they transferred him to a children hospital. They ran all type of tests: MRI, Cat-Scan and all types of blood test. Around 3:30 p.m. he could move his fingers and toes. By the next morning, 2/25/09, he could move his whole body and could walk again. He was a little weak on his right side. The doctors release him from the hospital around 2:30 p.m. on 2/25/09. They told me to take him to see his pediatrician on 2/26/09. His Pediatrician doctor checked him out and read his medical records and she couldn't figure out what happen to my son. Can you please help me?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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