Do any of you ever get a weird paralyzed sensation? Its not that I cant move, but its almost like I have to beg my brain to make something move. I get a really heavy feeling in either my arms or my legs and it takes more thought to make them move. This has been happening only like the last year and I've never mentioned it to my Dr. I was just curious if any of you ever have that same sensation.
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