GBS, 4th month since onset, weird feeling in the head


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    Miroslav Petrovic

    I was lucky to have a mild form of GBS, only my hands (grip strength almost zero, couldn’t lift my arms above shoulder height, walking very difficult but still possible. No respiratory issues.)

    My recovery is great, no PT for me, I went straight into the gym, lifting weights (I was squatting 110kg/benching over 100kg day before the onset).

    My question is, how many of you are having a weird feeling in the head – when I was healthy I used to have this feeling when pushing myself too hard in the gym or doing sports – well now I feel it when doing nothing physically demanding, it comes for a second then goes away.

    Are GBS patients more prone to brain stroke?



    Would you call them brain zaps? Last only a second, like a whooosh sensation in the head. I’ve had these for years, along with my chronic Lyme Disease, and now CIDP.


    Paul Knowles

    Ive got ringing in my ears ive had sense contracting GBS…In May of 2017 i was diagnosed…

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