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Would ALS cause soreness which causes weakness? Or would you just have no strength(similar to a little kid trying to lift something)?
Recurring leg numbness, vision blur, weakness in mid section, loss of leg strength. Dropping everything...No grip. Have fallen twice.
Old injury 2 knee & ankle. Quads r weak. Is weakness from injury or not being physically fit prior 2 injury. How long to build strength?
I am facing serious weakness due to excessive masturbation kindly suggest me some tips or medicine for my recovery of sperm and strength plz?
High probability of myofascial pain syndrome. Couple of the trig pts cause my arm to feel very heavy, even lying in bed. Is this heaviness what is conidered ''weakness''. I have no loss of strength?
I am currently on Prozac and the medication gave me muscle weakness and I fell. Is there a way I can regain my strength?
Call your doctor!: It would be very, very, very uncommon for Prozac alone to directly adversely affect muscle strength! there are however drug drug interactions and electrolyte changes that can occur with medications like fluoxetine. You should make your physician aware of this episode without delay. ...Read more
Could a infection in the lower spine cause weakness in the psoas muscle? How do you strength it if so?
Potentially: An infection of the spine or the paraspinal area could definitely affect your psoas muscles. This would usually be accompanied by other signs of infection (fever, etc.). Conditions associated with spinal infections include chronic immunosuppression, IV drug abuse, and prior spinal surgery. If you suspect you might have a spinal infection, you should definitely see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Weakness in legs from 2 herniated thoracic disks causing me to fall twice down stairs. How do I get the strength back?
Antipsychotics withdrawal is causing tiredness and weakness in legs when waking up. Will the strength return?
I have a pinched nerve that has lead to muscle weakness/atrophy. Will i regain my strength and muscle mass?
Weakness & Atrophy: Significant weakness may be a sign of permanent nerve injury. Continued nerve pain with weakness would indicate an "active" nerve compression and a clear indication for surgery. Strength can improve but muscle atrophy may not change if the process is chronic, greater than 6 months. ...Read more
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