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GBS can be difficult to diagnose, especially in its earlier phases. The symptoms vary between people, and they are similar to the symptoms of other neurological conditions. An EMG may be required to help diagnose GBS. Initially, the doctor will check if the weakness occurs on both sides of the body, as this is a typical a feature of GBS.Does GBS ever go away?
GBS can cause symptoms that last for as little as a few weeks, or go on for several months. Most people recover fully from GBS, but some people have nerve damage that does not go away. In rare cases, people have died of GBS, usually from not being able to breathe due to weakness of their breathing muscles.What causes GBS syndrome?
The exact causes of GBS are still not known. The condition often develops a few days or weeks after an infection of the digestive or respiratory tract. This suggests that they could be related to GBS. In rarer cases, the syndrome can occur following surgery, other infections, or immunization.