After waking up, patient was noted to have difficulty in anbulation and keeping his head up, not associated with fever, cough, cold, vomiting, or lbm. Patient was then brought for consulation at our institution and was advised for admission. 1st day patient was referred to the pediatric neurology with an assessment of EMG and NCV was requested on the 2nd day. The patient still with episodes of distal weakness. The 3rd day EMG was done an impression over both sural and nerves and both tibial motor nerve,an absence of F waves in the lower extremity nerve are suggested of a symmetric sensorimotor polyneuropathy, affecting the myelin sheaths more than axons. An IVIG was advised.
Immediate need of medical medication