My Mom had a hemorrhagic stroke on June 28, 2011. She has developed strange chills that come on out of the blue. You can literally see goose bumps on her arms. She will usually have several days of this and it will pass until they decide to begin again. After this she is usually very fatigued. Its like we take 3 steps forward and then 2 back when these hit. Her doctor has put her on an antidepressant, but just wandering if there is anything else to consider. I read in another thread where it could possibly be a B-12 deficiency. Any help would be appreciated.View Thread
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