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TOES AND HEELS PLUS ATROPHY OF CALF
Hello @peggyn. Have you discussed all of these symptoms with your medical provider? Is there any concern that your spinal issues are causing issues with your nerves that are resulting in your intermittent leg weakness?
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@peggyn, is your limp a result from a painful hip or perhaps your back issues causing muscle weakness?
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I definitely have weak muscles. My left leg that I will have hip surgery is atrophy. A lot smaller in the calf than the right leg. If I can stand up completely straight and take a few steps very slow I can do it without a limp, but I cannot hole it.
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