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I walk several miles a day for exercise but over

I walk several miles a day for exercise but over the last 2 months both of my legs feel like like they are getting weak. I'm 60 yrs old/male and in good health.I also notice when I walk up a flight of stairs my legs feel tired. I have had a history of back problems but this doesn't feel anything like it because I have no pain.This has come on pretty quickly and really concerns me.
Mon, 5 Nov 2018
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