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Suffering from Guillain Barre Syndrome. Unable to walk, getting worse day by day. Any chances of getting better?

Guillain Barre Syndrome , Our Friend Norman is in the Valleyfield Hospital, and getting worst everyday, he is now unable to talk, They are waiting on any Hospital in Montreal that will have a bed for him, cause they are at a lost , So is this the normal process of this Syndrome . Where is gets worst before it gets better ?? Or should we prepare ourselves for the worst ??
Asked On : Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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From your description, the chances of recovery are less. However, a complete physical examination and investigations with full case history is required to comment on any such grave condition. His treating physician knows the best.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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