|To your good health: Sudden pain, weakness in legs likely nerves|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a generally healthy 81-year-old lady. I retired from teaching two years ago. I had a very strange situation about a month ago. I was sitting on the toilet and suddenly had pain in both my legs, and I could not move my feet, toes or any other parts. My husband gave me two aspirin, which did not help the pain. He then gave me an oxycodone 5 mg from our son, who was recovering from a badly broken arm. The oxycodone worked after about an hour and a half, and I was able to get up and walk. My husband thought it was probably a leg cramp.
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