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Ulcer in left foot, bleeding, nerve pain, taking gabapentin

My Son has no balance or power to stand or walk both legs and feet, he is suffering with this for a while now, muscles in left leg very bad, ulcer on bottom of left foot for the last three months, bleeding on and off. He has to struggle around with a cane or walker to try and look after himself. His Doctor and Specialists cannot seem to come up with answers to what is wrong. He is on 3600mg. of Gabapentin per day to try and help with nerve pain in legs and feet.
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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hi there
i feel pity for the situation, but a picture of patient, a video or any reports like say MRI or EMG will be of great help to decide the plan of action, I do see many cases like this and a good number are since birth *(CEREBRAL PALSY) and some are post infective neuropathies.

please detail. thank you.
Answered: Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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