please can anyone help, my daughter, an otherwise healthy 18 year old, recently gone to college, collapsed before Christmas, not fainted, just the legs gave way, she was taken to hospital, where the doctors sent her home "it's just a virus, same thing happened the next day. Our own local doctors diagnosed a virus and tonsilitis. Three days later she collapsed several times, took her to caualty as she'd been getting pins and needles in right leg as well. She was kept in overnight, but again released the next day and by then she couldn't walk, so they wheeled her out to the car in a wheelchair. Three days later our own doctor advised us to take her back. she was then in hospital for over 2 weeks, part of that time in a neurological ward, she had MRI scan, Lumbar tests, blood tests and Urine tests, nothing conclusive although there was a mark on L2 on the MRI scan. she was released from hospital with a stick and just given an outpatients appointment for a month later, she has crutches at home and we've borrowed a wheelchair, but she still cannot walk, a few steps and the right leg is exhaustes, the right leg is completely paralysed. This evening she completely collapsed again. also just before her face turned red and she gets a rash on her face, neck and chest, which then subsides.Please can anyone help with any suggestions?Many thanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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