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Transverse myelitis, have difficulty in walking, no body pains. MRI, CT brain. EMG normal. Taken prednisolone, movex. What can be done?

SIR IM PATIENT DISEAS NAME TRAIN MYLITS, MY MAJOR PROBLEM IS THAT I CAN NOT WALK EASLY.I HAV NO PAIN IN MY BODY .WHEN I TRIED 2 WALK MY LEGS NOT ALLOW ME BUT MY UPPER BOADY WISH 2MOVE. I HAV USED PRADNISALON, MOVEX, XIKARAPID ZEGAP LIBROX AND MANY OTHER MEDICINE INJ SOLOMEDOROL MY M R I CLEAR CT SCAN BRAIN CLEAR E M G CLEAR EVERY TEST CLEAR KINDLY TELL ME WHAT TO DO
Asked On : Thu, 31 May 2012
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nothing else needs to be done.seek help of a physical therapist also to make you do muscle training and strengthening exercises
Answered: Wed, 16 Apr 2014
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