For the last three months (approx) when walking I have had a feeling that I am falling to the right. It seems to be a little more pronounced when walking certain routes (perhaps certain turns of movements make it worse?) I am late 20's and the only significant recent medical history is sinus surgery. I haven't fallen over, but on occasion I feel that I automatically move to the left to counter the falling feeling. I feel fine in any other situation (standing, sitting, driving) just affected with walking. Any thoughts on causes of this type of symptomology? Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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