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Can GB Syndrome come back after recovery ?

hello sir, is it true that G.B.Syndrome can come back after recovery? if yes,what precaution patient shoud take in future ? my 25yrs old sis is undergoing ivig treatment. her treatment finished yesterday. By looking to her progress, doctor told us not need for physical theraphy. but we r in confuse whether to go for physiotheraphy or not? kindly suggest
Asked On : Wed, 24 Aug 2011
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Hi well come to HCM.
If there is total physical recovery and no disability left behind there is no need to
do follow up physiotherapy, physiotherapy is to help the pt if there is any disability
left out after the recovery from particular disease. If your doctor refuses for physiotherapy it means total recovery is there.Chances of reocurrece are not
much. thanks. looking to total speedy recovery from GB that too without help of
physiotherapy means it must be mild form.Thanks
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