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... went camping about 5 weeks ago, my thighs have been very wobbly and weak. It is freaking me out a little as I have never had anything more than muscle stiffness after exercise. A couple of weeks before the camping trip, I contracted some virus that left me and other in my family who caught it, quite fatigued. ... (13 replies)
... I'm a male age 50 and have had the same symptoms for about 3yrs. now. It seemed to start after the company i worked at for 23 yrs. closed and i also got divorsed the same year. In other word i was very stressed out. ... (8 replies)
... He wanted to test for unusually high levels of lactic acid in my muscles. The way he did this was to have me do some strenuous exercise and then have my blood taken within second of stopping. The idea behind this was that lactic acid is removed from muscles very quickly. ... (3 replies)

... You were saying that your vertigo got worse after starting your exercise regime. I am not a medical person but my wife is a nurse, and she was wondering if your blood pressure has been checked as this could affect your balance. ... (13 replies)
Leg weakness
Feb 17, 2004
... For almost a year now, I have had on and off weakness in my legs. It doesn't stop me from doing anything, just a weak feeling. Back in the summer I didn't feel it after exercise, just randomly. Now, if I walk much at all, my legs seem to tighten up and feel weak. ... (3 replies)
... st I noticed the odd mild dizzy spell but recently they have gotten much worse and I lose balance, especially when going down slopes. I thought I had vertigo but after being but on a course of serc 16 I am as bad as ever. ... (13 replies)

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