This might seem silly question but I went for a medical recently and this was one of the things I was asked to do. While lying on the doctor’s couch I was asked to point my toes – think of being a ballerina standing on her tip toes – then raise both legs together in the air without bending at the knees. When I couldn’t do that the doctor said try again but pointing my toes upward, I couldn’t do that either. I’ve tried asking non ME/CFS people to try it and they can do it. So is not being able to raise your legs something to do with having ME/CFS? Or is it a sign of something different? I’ve tried looking online but the only thing I can find is it can be used as a test for meningitis. For your info. I live in the UK & have had a diagnosis of ME/CFS for approx... 15 years. Although this sometimes feels like a diagnosis of attention seeking raging hypochondriac who needs to get a life and stop wasting the big clever doctor’s valuable time.