Symptom: Walking Abnormalities

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Walking Abnormalities

Walking Abnormalities is having difficulty or the inability to walk properly. It may be due to dizziness, muscle weakness, pain, cramps in the legs, or neurological abnormality controling movement.

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I can no longer walk. I was diagnosed January 1, 2000 at Johns Hopkins. I have spasms all over, constantly.These spasms (muscle contractions) occur in my abdomen, neck, eyes, legs, thighs, back, hips, tongue, and hands. My writing is not legible. I believe this condition causes other problems. I now have hypertension;type 1 diabetes (I now have fatty liver because I gained wgt.); high cholesterol;and a fast heart beat.Any emotional, sudden, shocking movement triggers a spasm. Like dropping something. Laughing; anger; typing on a computer. 7/8/2017 at 08:04 PM
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Stiffness in ankle joint when outbreak is most severe; also swelling around the joint and tightness in skin. Recently experiencing discomfort in left hip; thought, at first, it was muscle injury but realised it is in the joint. Walking is okay but experience difficulty in lifting that leg to access entrance into car. Have to lift leg with my hand to get to the seat.1/22/2013 at 10:21 AM
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sudden onset full body weakness. almost unable to stand , walking very clumsily, lasted approxamatyl 1 hour4/17/2012 at 07:36 PM
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off balance.10/14/2011 at 04:49 PM
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Knee pain, difficulty in walking any distance ie more that 500 meters.10/1/2011 at 09:37 AM
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Last updated on Apr 13 2019 at 23:43
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