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Please help! No Gross Motor control. Can't walk or talk (have celiac disease)

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  • Posted By: Angelg222
  • December 28, 2009
  • 01:52 AM

Can't talk, or walk but not paralyzed. I have been told lesions on the brain, vitamin B12, Potassium & Thiamine deficiency. They have no idea what caused lesions on brain. I have been tested for all the neuro disorders MS, and the others. So far steroids and IV vitamins with no change.

Has anyone been through this same problem? I have celiac disease and have been under a lot of stress with a move and diet has not been good. What therapeutic vitamin treatment may I need? Could it still help me???

Can anyone help me???

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  • Sorry for your condition. Probably the best explanation for B-12 deficiency is found at wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitamin_B12_deficiencyFirst thing you should do is start eating better and reduce stress. As for Vitamin therapy, with the comments you have made about your known condition (celiacs disease and brain lesions), it should come from your Health Professional. Sounds as if you need to see them as soon as possible.Good fortune.
    MattB4 53 Replies
    • December 28, 2009
    • 09:47 PM
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  • Can't talk, or walk but not paralyzed. I have been told lesions on the brain, vitamin B12, Potassium & Thiamine deficiency. They have no idea what caused lesions on brain. I have been tested for all the neuro disorders MS, and the others. So far steroids and IV vitamins with no change. Has anyone been through this same problem? I have celiac disease and have been under a lot of stress with a move and diet has not been good. What therapeutic vitamin treatment may I need? Could it still help me??? Can anyone help me??? It could very possibly be active b12 deficiencies. Read the first link first and them over to the second link to discuss it.http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/sho...517#post219517http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/sho...519#post219519
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  • This is an old thread so I don't know if you'll see this but I also have celiac disease and I have experienced times where I could not walk or talk. Most notably I was unable to walk for nine months in 2011 and had not yet been diagnosed with celiac disease. As of last week I am again unable to walk, for the first time since being diagnosed with celiac disease. You are the only other person I've heard of having this problem. Last time they did every test under the sun, neurological and everything and found nothing. I haven't been for tests yet this time. Did you ever get an answer?
    Anonymous 2 Replies
    • August 14, 2016
    • 04:56 AM
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