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I know a lot of you have had this happen. It comes out of nowhere and suddenly you're down on the ground. Is the weakness due to nerve damage? This happens at unpredictable times and it can be scary and embarrassing. When it occurs, my leg starts to hurt badly right away and so does my back. The common factor is always being on my feet for too long. Does anyone have an idea as to what's going on? Thanks :O