My last exacerbation left me nearly unable to walk at all. Usually these severe things go away. But this time, it's not getting any better and I've waited for a good long time now. I've tried so hard to keep walking, if that's what you'd call it, but it's becoming very difficult for me each day. I use a walker, but my legs feel like they won't go. I use a cane to force myself to walk, but it's becoming extremely dangerous. I think I'm picking up my feet, when I'm not even moving them at all. I don't want to keep falling, but I don't know if I'm ready for a wheelchair or not. I don't want to give up too easy. I don't know when it would be time to give up, as a matter of fact. I just don't know what to do. I can't go far with the walker anyway because I get so tired so easily.
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