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Causes Of Difficulty Standing
Various quad sets: Depending on your activity level and whether there is patella (kneecap) problems, there are many safe exercises for the quads. I do not recommend knee extension and knee flexion machines, which can make knee problems worse. I prefer straight leg raises, exercise bicycle, and gentle (slow) stairclimbing. Forcing yourself not to limp will also help. Lunges and squats are more difficult but effective. ...Read more
I have episodes of extreme difficulty standing up+extreme weakness when walking afterward. Prior i get dizziness, neck pain, and headache. Causes?
Need Neurological ev: Symptoms can be from CNS disorder, peripheral neuropathy.Myopathy, some metabolic disorder, auto immune disorder and others you need to have extensive evauation including a detailed history, family history, past history, occupatinal history and comprehensive physical exam including neurological exam and blood/urine test and may need imaging like mri/cat scan to find out your diagnosis. Consult neurolog. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
20 year-old woman with 2 painful left popliteal lumps, "inconclusive" x-ray and MRI, leading to difficulty standing or walking.....?
Excisional Biopsy: Since the X-rays and MRI are inconclusive, it would be prudent to have one of the lumps removed for pathological evaluation (excisional biopsy). It is likely a benign process, like an angiolipoma, a neurfoibroma, a neurilemoma or a Masson's tumor, but a pathological diagnosis is your best option at this time. Plus, removing the lump will likely make the pain resolve. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Both: Unfortunately, one of earliest muscle groups to lose control of is the quads and hip flexors. These are the muscles needed to stand from a squatting condition. Deconditioning will also affect the same muscles. Fortunately, you can strengthen them with straight leg raises, exercise bicycle, and gentle (slow) stairclimbing. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many problems that could give you trouble standing from a squatting position. If this is new onset and from muscle weakness deconditioning certainly could be the cause. Referred pain from the back or stenosis of the spine could also give you these types of symptoms. Pain in the front of the knee would be another common cause secondary to "patellofemoral" syndrome. ...Read more
My father was diagnozed with type 2 diabetes. He is 73 years old. Lately he is falling down, losing balance and having difficulty standing. Why?
Many reasons: Aside from neuropathy from diabetes, uncontrolled dm can also cause dehydration, weakness, electrolytes imbalances...These can contribute to the symptoms he's currently experiencing. Dm medication, if not taking appropriately can also do the same thing. I recommend seeing his physician to discuss possible causes and proper treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 4 year old has difficulty standing up after a few minutes of siting and complains about leg pain also tends to walk as if her legs are stiff help?
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