A Google search of “spongy legs” has brought me to this helpful site and I’d welcome any comments.
Where to begin ?
A year ago I was leaving a hotel where I’d been having dinner with my family. I’d felt fine until the point of leaving, when I suddenly experienced the strange sensation of “spongy” legs, and knew immediately they didn’t have the strength to support me.
I sat down for a moment before taking another few steps whereupon I had to grab onto someone for support as I was falling over. 999 was dialled and I was taken to hospital.
Laying on the hospital bed I had to carry out basic exercises, including raising my legs individually. Initially this proved impossible for the right one, although full use returned soon after. The following MRI didn’t disclose anything.
For the last few months I’ve been experiencing some very very “odd” feelings, which I’ve attributed to my very well controlled epilepsy -last seizure 1987. I’m awaiting the results of an EEG.
This week I’ve been diagnosed as having slightly high blood pressure (it just goes on and on !!).
NOW TODAY, walking my dogs, I feel fine on the grass but then as soon as I walk on the road my legs suddenly became spongy again ! Thankfully I got a lift home because I don’t think they would have supported me.
Has anyone got any thoughts.