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Fibromyalgia Weakness In Legs
No: Fibromyalgia is purely a painful total body condition, and causes neither leg weakness or speech difficulty. If your symptoms were transient, might consider a tia, but if persistent and progressive, need to wonder about disorder of motor nerve cells, muscle disorder, or problem with nerve-muscle connections. Find an expert neurologist, and get this fully assessed. ...Read more
Is leg weakness a symptom of fibromyalgia? I get pain throughout my entire body then I feel sick and then my legs become so weak that I can't walk on my own.
Many causes: In your age group, may consider spinal stenosis, poor blood flow to legs, such as intermittent claudication, myasthenia gravis or muscle disease, peripheral nerve issues, spinal cord compression caused by neck degeneration. But could well be a benign problem, such as deconditioning, gaining weight, having thyroid issues, even depression your doctor can sort all of this out. ...Read more
Yes: Indeed, a cervical disc issue could do this. Good luck! ...Read more
Foot to leg.: Described as a weakness in the muscle strength of the muscles located in the leg area, between the knee and the foot. These muscles have a primary purpose of influencing the foot's movement in relation to the leg. ...Read more
Multiple: See a doctor and or a chiropractor. ...Read more
...Muscle Fatigue..: 41 y/o male says, I have a strong weakness in my legs after a long walk, what can it be? It is supposed that 'strong weakness' implies 'extreme weakness' in the legs. In that case that could be simple Muscle Fatigue. Expected sometimes; but one should make sure they are well Hydrated while taking long walks. It may also be necessary to see one's PCP for Laboratory work up if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Not sure: It is hard to tell if you had both legs involved with fasciotomy or just one. There may have been nerves disturbed that will need more time to heal. If you had any muscle damage from the high pressure in the compartments (ischemia), this may also need time to resolve and heal. I would recommend a good eval by a physical therapist and let them recommend a therapy plan to help you. ...Read more
Yes: Depending on your techniques, sexual relations can be quite a work-out--especially for the legs. Pain and weakness is common 24 hours after a work-out of any muscle group. ...Read more
More details: When you say "weakness"...can you be a bit more specific. Is your ability to get up and about SIGNIFICANTLY impaired...as in paralyzed or nearly in the legs...or do you just mean. Not feeling like walking about too much? And what about "not feeling well? " Viral symptoms or stomach upset or both? You may need to get a neurological opinion if your "weakness" is really different from other times. ...Read more
Can you tell me if one has weakness in the lower part of the body, legs, bladder what does that mean?
Headache upon standing during day time, sometimes accompied with feeling of weakness in legs, last a minute?
Vasovagal: Usually when headache accompanies weakness in the legs, especially with standing, it's a signs of dehydrations or simply the lack of blood volume in the body. It could be that your salt is low or you are just simply dehydrated. Recent bouts of diarrhea or too much fluid being shifted to the fatty tissues and intestines instead of within the blood vessels can cause it. Rest & Fluids. ...Read more
I had weakness in my legs in some seconds this night, and had problems to breathing when this was going on. Dangerous?
Vague symptoms: Your symptoms are vague. It sounds like you may have pinched a nerve in your legs leading to a short temporary weakness from which you got anxious. If this returns or persists, you need to see your doctor for a physical exam and evaluation. I would not worry and this does not sound dangerous as long as it does not recur. ...Read more
I have pain in leg's, arm's, shoulders. Is it due to weakness or some other cause. Besides my sex power has become low.
Can you tell me what you suggest if one has weakness in the lower part of the body, legs, bladder what does that mean?
Psoris on leg. Potasium level is 5.2, taking potasium supplement for high b.P.Now psoris getting wrost. Feeling weakness. Why it's that?
Recurring leg numbness, vision blur, weakness in mid section, loss of leg strength. Dropping everything...No grip. Have fallen twice.
You are having neurological and or cardiac symptoms and should be seen immediately by your doctor or have someone take you to the er.
Your symptoms may be warning you of a stoke or other problem. ...Read more
I'm 22weeka pragnet I have a pain in my back I'm feeling shoulder and leg weakness sometimes I feel cold and have a headaches what I di?
(+) endometriosis, having a bad flare which includes leg pain (typical); however, recently developing leg weakness, could this be related?
45 years old. Severe pain in the legs especially the region below the kness. There is extreme weakness in that region. Fell down after waking from bed?
If you think: You broke something or hit your head or are unclear why you fell, please call 911 and go to the hospital. If not, do tell someone what happened so they could check on you. Maybe related to drop in blood pressure after you stand. This occurs for variety of reasons. Would go to take anti-inflammatory medicine otherwise. ...Read more
Doc, I feel discomfort at my left side of my butt, its not painful. Its lyk somethng tickles and conected 'til my left leg. And sometimes feels weakness?
Several things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she will look at the area to see what's wrong. ...Read more
I was walking when suddenly I felt a weakness in my legs and they became shaky. I struggled to my bed and sat down. Its been 30min and I'm still struggling. I'm 22 and healthy. What could it be?
Go to ER: In your age group and with healthy background, it is hard to predict. Sudden loss of power of both legs can range from metabolic disease like low potassium to a neurological disease like multiple sclerosis, disc disease, or even a brain problem. Go to emergency room, not urgent care. If cannot walk, and have no help, call ambulance to take you to er. ...Read more
Many causes: Parasaggital brain lesion, compression of spinal cord at the neck or mid back, lumbar stenosis, peripheral neuropathy, muscle disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, endocrine disorders, vitamin deficiencies, etc. These are examples, and if you wish more information go to www. Aan. Com. ...Read more
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