10 Lou Gehrig's Disease Symptoms

Symptom #2: Difficulty Walking

As the disease progresses, people often find that they have a hard time walking. This is because the nerve cells that are responsible for their motor functions become damaged. This makes it quite difficult for someone to coordinate the action involved in moving one foot forward, followed by the next.

People who seriously struggle with the problem may need to use a walker or a wheelchair.

Lou Gehrig's Disease Symptoms


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