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... YET my knees remain weak despite this. ... (1 replies)
... I can't fully extend my left leg, and there's a very weak patellar reflex. There's no numbness. I do walk with a slight gait. ... (1 replies)
... What the problem is is my left arm. I was in a MVA in Feb. and jammed my arm back into the shoulder girdle. When in the ER the arm went numb and very weak. Then it went away after about 2 hours. ... (0 replies)

... the numbness worsens in certain positions I hold my arm, and when I make a grip its numb and my arm is very weak. ... (3 replies)
Imbalance, Anyone?
Apr 27, 2014
... and ride my recumbent bike. For me I have noticed that my calve muscles, particularly in my left leg have gotten very weak. For example I cannot raise my heels off the ground and stand on my toes. ... (8 replies)
... left the incision, the peritoneal sac and the back muscles all with damaged nerves. The ab. ... (3 replies)
... comfort from these boards. Very scared... ... (2 replies)
... a couple of days at a time, followed by heel pain. Now it is frequently numb and my hands and arms are starting to go numb as well. Some days, my fore arms feel very "weak" and sore and things are harder to lift. ... (1 replies)
... rent electrical signals into the water, through the feet, and up the legs. I can honestly say I have no pain. I do have the numbness still, but my legs use to be very weak, and now the leg muscles are much stronger. Using the machine once a day for the 30 minute cycle. ... (11 replies)
... start buzzing and burning, and become very weak and unsure. ... (24 replies)
... t, ice it, and take Ibuprofen to relieve the pain and reduce the swelling, which I have been doing. He said I should use my hand as often as possible to keep the muscles working, but to not overdo it, which I have also been doing. ... (2 replies)
... spasms, twitching, all 10 toes do not move. My autoimmune system is attacking my blood cells, therefore my nerves are not getting the blood thefore my muscles are wasting. ... (5 replies)
... It takes very little to cause a strain with my hands or fingers causing twitching later. I see a neurologist April 23rd. ... (0 replies)
... es begin to heal, you probably can get strength back in your hands with physical therapy. I had neuropathy from a spinal cord injury which caused my hands to be very weak, but after 8 weeks of physical therapy, almost all of my hand strength has returned. You'd be surprised how much working the right muscles can do. ... (14 replies)
... I'm 25F army spouse-I had a lapascopy and tubal ligation on 3-20-07, next day I had severe pain on my left side I went back on base the next day with a nice ambulance ride due to a big bruise and pain they just gave me some morphine and told me that bruising is normal, I was discharge the same day. 4 days later I ended up off base in another hospital with a 12.3cm... (0 replies)
... to do little things like putting the cap of a pen on, or opening a bottle of water, and my hands are very shaky, if I hold my hands out they look like a person who might have a nervous shake, but I am not nervous, and it is constant. ... (4 replies)
... ms of flu, but that instead of disapearing in a few weeks, lasted forerver. I felt pain similar to that experienced during a flu, on my whole body, aparently on muscles and perhaps articulations, that had the particularity of worsening as the day went by, or should I said, the more time passed after I awoke, the more it hurted. ... (2 replies)
... the information you have provided, since I'm basically a non believer too. I know what you mean about rehabilitating muscles, because I am now rehabilitating my very weakened quadriceps muscle due to a fracture and surgery. ... (83 replies)
Sharing my case
Feb 10, 2010
... Here is my story: Symptoms: Began with a tingling right forearm, with mild motor dysfunction(I felt it a little clumsy and weak). It continued to weird numbness, tingling, burning sensations, pins and needles, water in my toes, you name it. Later on it moved to my left arm and leg, mostly from elbow to hand and from knee to foot in both sides of my body. This is when I... (0 replies)
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