I was diagnosed with acute disseminating encaphalomyelitis in February of this year. My symptoms started in late January. I wonder if anyone else has or knows some one who has battled this disease, and would like to share their story?? I was treated with high dose steroids. I could not walk. I am now walking, with some balance problems. I still do PT. I still have coordination problems and headaches. Fatigue is still an issue. As nis occassional involuntary or jerky muscle movements, but I have gotten much better from where I came from. I am interested in any stories that anyone may have or if Dr. Cottle has seen this disease process and what prognosis he has seen. Thanks all!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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