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Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized industries globally, streamlining everyday processes and liberating valuable time for more significant endeavors.

The impact of AI reached an extraordinary level when a worried mother turned to ChatGPT for an evaluation of her four-year-old child, dealing with persistent toothaches and stunted growth. Here's the story as it unfolds.

For three long years, a medical enigma shrouded young Alex and his mother, Courtney, subjecting them to unrelenting pain and baffling symptoms. "Every day, I have to administer Motrin (a pain reliever) to him, or he experiences these overwhelming meltdowns," Courtney recounted, describing the arduous ordeal. Alex found respite only when Motrin was part of the equation.

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Amid the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Alex's distressing habit of biting on objects became a source of discomfort, prompting his mother to seek medical intervention. Despite numerous visits to doctors, including an emergency room visit, the source of Alex's anguish remained an enigma.

According to a report on today.com, Courtney's relentless pursuit of answers led her to spend sleepless nights scouring the internet for medical insights.

As if the toothache weren't distressing enough, Alex's growth had hit a standstill, amplifying the worries. One doctor speculated that it could be linked to COVID-19, but a conclusive resolution remained elusive.

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Courtney's frustration peaked after consulting a total of 17 doctors, all failing to provide a conclusive diagnosis. In her quest for answers, she turned to an unconventional source: ChatGPT. Sharing Alex's symptoms with the AI tool, she harbored hope for a potential remedy. To her astonishment, ChatGPT proposed the possibility of tethered cord syndrome, a seldom-seen neurological disorder.


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