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Heavy legs during walks

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

I feel heaviness and numbness of the leg after about 10 minutes walk. However, if I seat even for less than a minute I recover from the condition and can walk normal again for another 10 mins or... View answer

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Dr. Saumya Mittal MD

Don't feel bad, my legs just feel different, kind of like they feel heavy when I walk. I am 65 years old and have great health. ... View answer

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Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

I have been having increasing episodes of slowing, heavy legs with walking more than 50 feet, where I have to push myself to complete getting to my destination. Sometimes I have some shortness ... View answer

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Dr.   Anshul Varshney MD

cause of tingling feet and heavy legs after short walks ... View answer

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Dr.  Karl Logan MD

heavy legs when walking, often feeling rundown and tiredf , putting on weight ( 5 kg). Presently 82kg,height 176 cm, male, what should I do ? please advise XXXXX ... View answer

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Dr.  Subhankar Chakraborty MD

I am 52, disabled female, who for the past few years have having difficulty in walking. My entire right leg feels heavy and stiff. My right thigh has been constantly in pain and the nerves in the thigh... View answer

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Dr. Sunny Madar MD

My legs feel tired and heavy after walking and climbing stairs. I was diagnosed with renal cystic kidney disease and degenerative disc disease. I am mildly obese but still morbid obese. I am 59 years... View answer

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Dr.  Michelle Gibson James MD

I am having difficulty walking up stairs and my legs feel heavy. Never had D trouble before .i am exhausted by the time I get to the top and have to go slowly. They continue to feel heavy while... View answer

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Dr. Penchila Prasad Kandikattu MD

at least once a week. Recently when I was walking, I noticed a funny feeling in my left leg, and I m ... a heaviness in the upper left leg. I m scared to death. Please help! ... View answer

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Dr. Ahmed Taha Atallah MD

I have a heaviness in my legs when I walk any distance. It inludes a weariness through my hip area. I have arthritis in my spine, restless leg syndrome, an artificial hip in one side and knee in... View answer

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Dr. Vjollce Mbiarra MD

Hello! Thanks for your query. Swelling of your leg without pain during pregnancy is from compression f the leg lymphatic vessels. Keep your feet up and do not keep a lot of walking. ALL THE BEST

Dr. Manisha Gopal MD

Hello. This injury can lead to pain or nervous problems from back to lower dwon in legs..also, can lead to numbness or difficulty in walking or various temperature sensitivities. Dr. M Gopal

Dr.  T Chandrakant MD

HI. The first thing is to STOP walking. Visit ER . Get a color doppler done to get the status of superficial and deep veins. To rule out or confirm deep venous thrombosis. If this is normal , the worry is...