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Leg heaviness, stung by jellyfish. History of diabetes, sinus condition. Causes?

4 days ago a began having extreme sinking feelings when I walked, as if my feet were sinking in quick sand and my feet feeling weighed down by bricks. It came out of nowhere and has continued each day for the past 5 days. I m 26 years old, have no medical problems and no real problems in my life. I did get stung by a jelly fish at the beach right before these symptoms started, however it s been 5 days since then and these symptoms have not gone away. I do have bad sinuses, and also drink a lot of pepsi each day, so I don t know what could be causing this.. Diabetes? Stress? Sinuses?
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
You should check your blood pressure.The first possibility is of hypotension.
The other possibility is of there may be mild swelling in your balance system due to sinus infection leads to verigo type sinking sensation.
The last possibility is of vertebro basilar insufficiency where your small brain gets less blood .
You should consult your doctor to diagnose this problem.
Answered: Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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