Ruth Curry tells us about her journey with Guillain Barré
AT FIRST, I COULDN'T FEEL MY TOES. It was the beginning of 2014;
I'd begun to feel odd. My arms and hands tingled. Pain spread down
my back. The GP assured me I just needed a rest.
My symptoms intensified. "A trapped nerve," they said at A &
E. But I'd had two babies without pain relief and this was worse.
Tests revealed no clues.
Next morning was a rush. I'll ...
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