hi can my son have this condition, he has a numb leg he cannot move it or feel it, it startedtwo years ago after an op to remove kidney stones, he was in terrible pain for two eeks ater the op followed by strange symptoms, numb patches on his legs and botom area, pns and needles all over his body vision problems in his right eye, headaches themn his leg went completely numb the other symptoms settled but his leg never came back in the first year he had four admissions to hospital after collapsing and all these strange symptoms going on, he had a physcological assessment done which came back saying he is okay physcologicaly but the doctors just dismissed this he has had a normal emg and brain ct done, but he still cannot feel or move his legReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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