I am a 46 year old male that has had walking problems for about the past 6 years. When walking, I stagger slightly as if I've been drinking. Going down stairs is a problem because I start to teeter forward unless there is a rail to hold on to. Standing up is somewhat difficult like I have no muscle although my muscle tone is no less than its ever been. If I stand still, I teeter back and forth like i;m going to fall and I can't balance on one leg. I"ve been through a battery of tests including a CAT scan and a nerve test in my legs with no results. help!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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