GuillainBarr syndrome is characterized by ascending paralysis which begins in the lower limbs and travels upward to the trunk and upper limbs. Patients display muscle weakness, They may also complain of paresthesias, Diplopia, may occur due to paralysis of the muscles which have motor control of the eyes. Difficulty speaking, can occur due to involvement of cranial and facial nerves, as well as dysphagia, which is difficulty swallowing. Labile blood pressure, , may occur and is defined as fluctuating episodes of hypertension, as well as hypotension. As loss of muscle tone occurs throughout the body, patients present with loss of bowel.