I started to feel a crazy tingling sensation in my knee and the surrounding area. It was almost like pain and almost like pleasure, a very strange feeling. It almost makes me want to laugh.
Since it started my leg has been really weak and it's hard to walk. I keep feeling like I will fall down. The floor feels uneven to walk on even though I know it isn't. It feels weird. Like walking in a fun house, but no fun!
It caused me to remember that I've had a couple days before with pain in the other leg (actual pain, not this weird feeling) and was completely unable to walk off and on for a few days, but that was about four years ago and I had completely forgotten. I had chalked that up to a cut I had on my leg, but I doubt a cut could do that.
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