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Recurring Knee Weakness
What to do if Enterococcus faecalis in the bladder, now longtime and cannot be cultured via urinalysis and has moved into the flanks, back of knees and back with extreme muscle weakness? Thank you
Septicemia: If the bacteria has entered your blood stream and is now causing weakness in your muscles you may need IV antibiotics. I would recommend that you see a doctor as soon as possible. You can also performa a virtual consultation with myself or another healthtap doctor using Prime services. ...Read more
Age- 18 weight- 59kg height-168cms. male.. pain in knees. joined gym 1 month back.. feels weakness.. what to do?
Clinical information: This will be something your physician will need more information for. You may have just begian to much exercise too fast. When you begin exercise you have to start slowly especially since in the beginning you were Deconditioned you will also need a medical evaluation to see if there any other clinical issues involved in your discomfort ...Read more
Recommend: medical evaluation at this point.Get a more detailed answer ›
Stretch: Get up and stretch and walk.Get a more detailed answer ›
I sometimes feel weakness in knees after jogging on the treadmill. Is that something to be concerned about?
I have severe weakness from knees down. Hard to walk sometimes. Need cane at times. No long walking. Ideas?
Small vibrations lower thigh/back knee, no weakness, not visible, in intervals. No pain, no other symptoms. Started this morning. Felt when rest
Dehydration?: The nebulous description of your symptoms doesn't have me concerned at this point. It could be something as simple as dehydration. If it persists, worsens, or you get new symptoms like weakness or discomfort, see your physician - they will do an exam and order some blood work. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer