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calves & forearms atrophy /wasting (pics included)

Hi. Dan here, male, 21. background : had Guillain barre /neuropathy syndrome when I was 13 years old, been more than 7 years since and was left with muscle wasting, despite all my attempts to recover it by going to the gym, eating well etc, nothing has changed. it seems like I've got nerve damage that doesn't allow my muscles to recover mass. the pics are on the link below. any ideas or something I could try to reverse the situation. thanks and sorry if I came to the wrong forum but I just came for help..(Edit outside link)



  • chickenchick92cchickenchick92 Posts: 1
    edited 10/03/2017 - 2:01 AM

    (Edit to remove outside link)

    No member here is qualified nor trained to interpret any images dealing with other mwmbera conditions.

    The outside link was edited by me.

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  • chickenchick92cchickenchick92 Posts: 1
    edited 10/03/2017 - 2:06 AM

    Edited to remove link.

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