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Paris Metro accessability for mobility challenged

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I've been researching transport options for my stay in Paris. I am somewhat mobility challenged and I suspect I shall be using buses rather than the metro. I'm not wheelchair bound but I do find huge amounts of stairs challenging with a walking stick.

I have looked at Infomobi etc. They appear to be focused on access for those who are wheelchair bound (which is fair enough).

But if I needed to use the metro/RER can anyone please advise whether the following stations have many stairs I would need to negotiate to and from street level?

St-Sulpice
St-Germain des-Prés
Mabillon
Odéon
Luxembourg
La Muette

I suspect some of you may be very familiar with these stations. Any information you can provide would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance

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