Reply To: recurring residuals
The NIH clearly says, “About 3 percent may suffer a relapse of muscle weakness and tingling sensations many years after the initial attack.”
Regarding the tingling you stated, “In January I began to notice a recurrence of the longest-lasting residuals:”
If something has ‘mostly disappeared’ and then there is a ‘noticeable recurrence’, by definition you have a relapse.
Return of the manifestations of a disease after an interval of improvement.
As you state, “If i can’t walk when I wake up….” You will have waited too long to seek helpful treatment.
Increased tingling could be in conjunction with muscle loss which is not yet apparent.