I had a haemorrhage over 2 years ago. Going through a phase of wobbly legs, light headiness and fatigue. Any one else get this? I have had this before and it suddenly disappears! Thank you for any feedback.
@ajharflett perhaps you’ve overdone things and it’s your body’s way of saying slow down/take it easy. If I am fatigued I have short periods of wooziness and off-balance issues eg listing off course when walking.
Hope your back to your usual self soon, best wishes
Thank you. Yes good point! I’ll take things easy. Kind regards
Thank you. Interesting. Definitely taking it easier now!! Best wishes.
I agree with what everyone has said, as soon as i overdo it get the same.
Take care, we are all in the same boat!!!
Thank you - comforting to know it’s not just me! Best wishes.
I’m the same way, and it’s been 4 1/2 years since my stroke. Yesterday, I was doing a lot of gardening, where I had to exert a lot of energy, crawling around and such. Today, I feel sort of unsteady and weak. I worry if I don’t take my daily walk, maybe I’ll backslide–but I decided to skip walking today. I’ve got to quit such worrying and listen to my body. It helped to hear all of you. Thanks. Jeanne
Aye @ajharflett, I do. I endure neurological-fatigue every day, so that that is a constant with me, but I do have periods when I have wobbly legs and light-headedness, sometimes I feel as if my legs are going to stop working and I’ll fall flat on my face. I have to concentrate a lot to move around each day, and I have noticed that if I am tired or feeling feather-brained, my body careers off course at times, and this can also manifest when I am fatigued.
Thank you for replying. Your symptoms sound very much like mine. Best wishes to you.
Thank you for replying. I can empathise with what you say as you sound very much like me. Worry can be a real negative on our mental health too. Best wishes to you.