possibly neurological?

Alison McCarthy OMadison at email.msn.com
Mon Jan 4 16:27:00 EST 1999

Thanks - I look into it!

FYI - I'm a 27 year old female!

Didier A. Depireux wrote in message <76re6q$ata$1 at hecate.umd.edu>...
>Alison McCarthy (OMadison at email.msn.com) wrote:
>: I have had "episodes" for the last four months - where I get extreme
>: and my legs don't work.  Somehow my legs don't connect to my brain.  It
>: starts in the area of muscle right above my knee caps and I limp. It's
>: so much painful as it is just plain weird.
>With no medical training whatsoever, I would venture to suggest you had
>what my sister-in-law had, the Guillain-Barre syndrome. In addition, she
>occasionally had tingling sensations in her legs. From what I remember
>reading in a book at the time, it tends to affect mostly women in their
>20's-30's, but of course it's been years and I might be totally wrong.  But
>hey, this is the Internet, you don't need to know anything to express an
> Didier
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