Whenever I am laying down or sitting both of my legs become numb to the point that when I stand up I can't walk because I can't feel them. I don't feel anything in my arms. A doctor suggested it might be nerve damage. What do you think?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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