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Spinal Stroke

Hello,

A Close relative has been disabled for a year now with limited mobility so she can stand and barely walk
It started off 15 years ago when she would be unable to hold her weight and fall. Coincedentaly 16 years ago she was in a car accident and developed: whiplash, lower spinal problems and disc problems / swelling.
When she was pregnant 16 years ago she had to have a corset for her back and a wheelchair on occasion because the disc would effect her legs.
The disc then went back into place and movement was back to normal after a litle physiotherapy.

Ever since it had become a yearly occurance of her unable to walk because she would loose power in her legs.

last year she started having periods when she lost the power in her arms. Shortly after she lost the power in her legs. She hasn't had power in her legs or arms since and has to use a wheelchair to move and crutches.

During the periods when she would loose power in her limbs she would have an intense pain in the back of her neck, blurred vision and slurred speech.

She has been to countless neurologists and specialists,
she has also had an MRI that found nothing but this was of the brain and not the spine.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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please if anybody knows what might be wrong can you respond.
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