Tingling Feet With A History Of Guillain Barre Syndrome?
I want to ask r nMy brother was diagnosed with Gbs in 2013, now my brother has tingling in his legs again like yesterday’s Gbs symptom r n Can Gbs disease recur. r nAnd what is the solution for now r nThank you quickly, please, let me act immediately.
From the information you have conveyed, patients with a history of GBS or guillain barre syndrome, or an abnormality of the nerves, where the body's system is supposed to protect itself, but attacks the nervous system, GBS can cause interference with the function of the leg and hand muscles; in severe conditions, GBS can also be at risk of causing respiratory problems and vital organ disorders.
So that if the patient experiences signs of recurrence of GBS, then the patient should immediately be consulted to a neurologist at the nearest hospital for examination and evaluation, then the doctor can confirm whether this complaint is indeed a recurrence of GBS or other conditions in the patient's nervous system.
Early evaluation is needed to help prevent serious risks and prevent the patient's condition from progressing.
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