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Dystonia

July 24, 2010 by Post Team 

Dystonia, Washington Redskins cheerleader Ambassador Desiree Jennings, 25, the life that everybody wants to have a career, marry a handsome and successful man. He was also an avid runner until one day when his body suddenly stopped working and became a twisted mess, dried meat, which can even walk backwards and sideways without any problem and this is attributed to routine vaccines influenza began last fall.

“I want to work, want to be doing something,” he said. “But who is going to hire someone who can not remember what they did yesterday?” She also developed an unfamiliar accent. “It sounds like an accent, but it is not. It simply can not pronounce the words,” he said.

His journey in search of answers to this medical mystery leads to an osteopath the issue in North Carolina and ultimately leads people to question whether or not your grief is real. She instantly became an Internet sensation.

In search of a cure, the couple visited a lot of doctors and hospitals four, one of them is the Johns Hopkins Hospital. A hospital physiotherapist, Desiree said her illness has to do with dystonia, a rare neurological movement disorder that is manifested by sustained muscle contractions. These muscle contractions causing abnormal postures or twisting.

The fear of causing incidents of people are also making flu vaccine. Some say she is faking the muscle problem to get attention, to become famous. If it is true or not, medical study should be done about vaccines and the flu shot to avoid these effects. What can you say about Desiree Jennings dystonia?

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