I have a bizarre symptom and a bizarre treatment for it, and I'm curious whether anyone has related experiences. I sometimes have a great deal of difficulty walking. It's as though my feet weigh a thousand pounds, or as if my brain can't quite communicate right with my legs. I don't have any obvious neurological stuff like tingling, and neurologists have said that I'm neurologically normal. It's somewhat worse on my left than my right, and it can come on rather suddenly and dramatically, leaving me stranded if I'm out. So here's the bizarre cure: If I go swimming in the middle of an episode, it cures me for the rest of the day. It doesn't take a lot of swimming, either: a single lap, I think, would do it. I feel it working in the first few strokes. I stagger to the pool, barely able to make it at all, creeping forward a couple of inches and grunting with effort at each step, I swim for a few minutes, and then I get out and walk away normally. It doesn't work prophylactically: If I swim in the morning, I may well have an episode later in the day. The other thing that makes a difference is massage of my lower back and buttocks, but it's not as effective. It doesn't last as long and it's not as complete. So, anyone have any similar experiences?