Symptom: Difficulty walking any distance

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Difficulty walking any distance

Difficulty walking any distance is characterized by trouble with physical exertion due to pain, mucle weakness, shortness of breath, or partial paralysis.

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have to stop and go slow.11/13/2012 at 03:18 PM
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I have trouble walking because of my feet, legs and hips, some time my legs are so heavy that they feel like i have lead in them, Some time I wake in the night cos i have cramp in my leg.7/4/2012 at 01:13 AM
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tears from sharp pain5/2/2012 at 04:57 PM
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I only have difficulties if I'm walking around things I'm allergic like dusty places, etc, or there's polluted air, or cold or really humid air, around mold and moisture... or if I'm really in a bad shape and my asthma is pretty bad on that day, then I have difficulties walking any distance, otherwise maybe long distances but normal distances not. 3/27/2012 at 03:08 AM
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no problem to go out and just walk2/15/2012 at 10:51 PM
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