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slow reflexes

I commented on my neuro appt. in that same post.

The only thing that came out a little abnormal was my reflexes. My right leg had very little reflex. He hit my leg with the hammer a couple times and it didn't move. So he went on to my other leg which was normal. He came back to my right leg and this time there was a teeny tiny reflex. He rated it a 1 on the scale but didn't say anything about it. Apperantly, I'm as healthy as a horse. haha

I've heard a lot about hyper reflexes but not much on slow reflexes.

Any thoughts?

-Sarah
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Slow reflexes are more consistent with peripheral nervous system and hyper reflexes are more consistent with the central nervous system.
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Thanks. Yeah that makes sense but I'm not sure what it means with regard to what is going on with me. I guess it doesn't necessarly show anything either way.

-Sarah
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