A British woman has been left unable to walk after being diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS). The condition causes severe muscle weakness and, in the worst cases, even complete paralysis. It can take weeks to years to cure, and the only way to prevent the condition is immunoglobulin therapy. Thankfully, Jenna Jameson has made a full recovery.
According to the Mirror, Jenna Jameson is now recovering from the disorder that has left her unable to walk for more than two days. During the first few days she spent in hospital, her condition worsened and she was unable to walk. Her boyfriend Rior Bitton took her to the hospital where a series of tests were conducted and she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome.
During the first few weeks of her recovery, she had been throwing up for two weeks before being hospitalised with Guillain- Barre syndrome. She was sent home for a CT scan but returned for more tests. As a result, she was left in a coma and unable to walk. Lior Bitton carried her to bed and carried her to the bathroom.
She was told she had the disease when her boyfriend, Lior Bitton, found her vomiting. The doctor sent her home, but she quickly became weaker and could no longer walk. Within two days, she was unable to walk. The infection affects peripheral nerves and makes it difficult for the body to function normally. This illness can affect people of all ages and is not contagious.
A video of Jenna Jameson being unable to walk after being hospitalised with the disease has gone viral and is being shared on social media. It has become a popular topic amongst celebrities, but it has also touched the hearts of many people. In this video, she shares her story with her Instagram followers, who have more than a hundred thousand followers.
The condition was caused by an autoimmune reaction, and it is unknown whether the disease was caused by vaccinations or a disease. Although the treatment of Guillain-Barre syndrome has improved in the past few years, it is still a very dangerous condition. The actress’ partner, Bitton, has made it clear that she will seek medical attention and help regain her mobility.
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The actress was unable to walk after being hospitalised with the disease. The condition causes a temporary loss of muscle strength and can sometimes result in paralysis. Unlike other illnesses, it can be cured with the help of immunoglobulin therapy. The condition has only been linked to certain types of vaccinations and has been associated with a high rate of occurrence in the last year.