Myelopathy: Any neurologic deficit related to the spinal cord
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Im 45 years old and has chronic lyme (european type) and had gone through a surgery of a really severe myelopathy. I couldnt even walk and have so much problem after that. I have sooo much to tell about this and can tell all of my symptoms. I think i heridetated it from my parents. Many in my family had/has symptoms. About 20 years ago i went to hell with pain and shocks out of this world... by my nearest and family i just was psycotic..😔. Noone ever cared the pain i went through... and all the sores and scratches ive got they think i done that to my self. The doctors just looked in the bend of the arms for pinprick do to the sores just looked like dirty syringe sores (has never ever taken that). All the tests came out negative for lyme (of course, i live in sweden). Took both bloodtest and lumbar puncture... nope. No one ever can imagine the pain an poor feel i (we) who has this going through... that doesnt had/has it. I (we all) need help... 😔😢
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