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is this considered medical malpractice?

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 14th, 2017 on Medical Malpractice - Florida
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I went to ER with bad migraine and feeling very weak, I was treated for migraine and sent home, that evening I felt numbness in my hands and feet, returned to ER next day and was diagnosed with Paresthesia and sent home, 24 hrs later I was taken in an ambulance to another ER and was diagnosed with GBS. 24 hrs later I was put on life support, paralized from neck down, etc...I spent the following 6 months in hospital, hospice care and rehabilitation hospital. I was misdiagnosed i didn't have Paresthesia, I had GBS, they failed to diagnose me correctly.
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Answered on Jun 16th, 2017 at 5:11 AM

Its possible - all depends on the medical records and how thesymptoms presented as determined by a medical expert. Only way to know is to hire a laywer and a medical expert immunologist or neurologist ASAP and go from there. 

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