A 60-year-old female asked:
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gbs? occasional tingle in random parts of the body that last for a second, but they're in my feet too. feel kinda weak in legs, walk ok. or anxiety?

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Dr. William Conner
25 years experience Family Medicine
Any recent virus?: Guillan Barre is a rare illness and usually follows a viral illness. Have you had a cold lately? I have seen several cases of GBS and they do start slowly. Due to your concern over this, you should see a physician...especially if your symptoms are worsening. Happy healing!
Answered on Sep 29, 2015

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