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I took my father to the hospital ER due to numbness and tingling in his hands and feet and due to a couple of falls he sustained in July. After doing a CT on his brain, they said they felt he might have an aneurism. However a video consult with a neurologist resulted in the recommendation that he be given a spinal tap and spinal MRI. ( He did not feel the CT showed anything that could cause the numbness and tingling or lack of coordination. The ER Doctor Decided to transfer, him and ordered a MRI of his head. The MRI resulted in us being told that he had benign tumors . When asked what was causing the numbness and tingling the doctor at the 2nd ER said it was just years of drinking and smoking. He was diagnosed 2 days later with G.B.S at a different hospital, and was unable to move.
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