My daughter collapsed Monday evening and was taken by ambulance to the hospital. She was later transferred to the children's hospital. She apparently has little feeling and no control in her legs, and her left hand is severely weakened. Her doctor says he has run a battery of tests and can find nothing. He is saying it's psychological. I am waiting for him to call so I can scream at him. Can someone give me an idea of what might be wrong with my little girl? Can someone tell me what questions I might ask this quack in the process of interrogating him?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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