Your experience using the mouse lends me to ask was your keyboard higher than your elbows?
Your walking symptoms, is this fatigue you feel? Or are there any neurological symptoms like spasm, loss of sensation, or function?
Or are these symptoms while standing shooting stabbing pains, tingling, pins and needles?
Yes, I would imagine the keyboard was higher than my elbows.
A day at six flags caused tingling in my lower legs and within a few days, loss of sensation in both legs, all the way up my ribs. Plus, a very sensitive spot on my left side, below my heart. This spot was sensitive to the touch on both my front side and on the back. There was no outward indication (no swelling, redness, etc.) The spot grew more painful every day, and my legs and all the way up to my ribs lost more and more sensation. The spot on my ribs felt like a knot under the skin. It grew bigger and more painful each day. Within two weeks, I was on steroids, and eventually in the emergency room. Along with the other symptoms, I was having great neck and back pain.
My neuro. insisted that this had nothing whatsoever to do with six flags.
After 6 weeks, the sensation came back. However, even when I walked down the hall in our house, my legs would start tingling. The more I walked, the more they tingled. 18 months later, I started LDN, the tingling got better within the first few days. Yet, I still feel the tingling if I walk a block or so.
An interesting note: The last three weeks, I am having pronounced symptoms and trying to avoid a major attack. Last night, I felt an "itchy" spot on my right leg, above my ankle. It was irritating, but I couldn't see anything wrong just looking at it. When I felt it, there was a knot, and warmth. The knot was larger than the size of a half dollar. It resembled very much the knot I had had on my ribs (which has begun to itch and be irritated again, but no knot). I hope I am not totally confusing you, as for me this is very significant. Anyway, the knot on my leg came up very quickly, and I felt myself wanting to scratch it constantly. When I got up to walk, my legs felt stiff. A stiffness I had never felt before.
At this point, I wrapped a thick, hot, heating pad around my leg where the knot was. Within three minutes, the knot was gone!!!
In my unlearned mind, I felt like the knot was something to do with circulation issues. Possibly a clot, although my symptoms don't fit this perfectly. Whatever it was, the heat immediately relieved it, this I know for sure!
Hopefully I am not way off topic here, as I am speaking of circulation issues.