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Offline JCWest

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My legs have been feeling slightly weak and a bit sore for about 2 weeks now. Both legs, specific muscle groups bilateral on both sides - not the entire muscle group, either my calves will be acting up, then it might move to my hamstrings. If you ever wake up with weak feeling hands, it's that kind of sensation.

Some days it's almost entirely gone, others it's more pronounced. Definitely fixating on it.

Nothing dramatic, but it has me worried. Can anyone relate?
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Re: Leg problems - perceived weakness, cramping, fatigue - can you relate?
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2013, 06:03:11 AM »
I have had this feeling. Weakness, cramping, issues with my knees and a general sense that walking is difficult. It is anxiety without a doubt because when I ignore it I end up being able to walk 10 miles without so much as a wobble.
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Re: Leg problems - perceived weakness, cramping, fatigue - can you relate?
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2013, 10:10:38 PM »
Thanks for the reassurance, it's needed these days. This is the second time this has happened to me, once a few years ago, so it makes me instantly think it's an 'episode' of something more sinister. The reality is that I have been going to the gym and working my legs like crazy, like an hour + of intense cardio, after a few weeks of this I started to get that feeling. I probably just over did it but I can't help but worry, as I'm sure you can all relate to.
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