In response to two enquiries: “Paralysing feeling in legs” and “weakness in legs after urination.”
In general, paralysing feeling and weakness in the legs are due to tight muscles and tired leg muscles.
The way to check this is to run the finger along the outer side of the thigh to feel the muscles. if the outer thigh muscle feels tight, and if the outer thigh muscle hurts or feels very sore when one presses down on the muscle, one will also feel that the outer thigh muscle is very tight. Massage the outer thigh muscle until it feels soft and until it does not hurt or feel sore anymore when one presses down on it.
In the case of weakness in the legs after urination, the weakness comes from a general weakness of the pelvic muscles extending down to the thigh muscles and the calf muscles.
In some cases, the legs feel so weak that the legs and knees will involuntarily bend as if they have given way after urination. Weak kidneys indicated by cloudy urine and pain in the kidney during urination will also bring about a sudden collapse of the legs after urination.
Weakness in the legs after urination thus involves a weak kidney, acidic urine, overly tense leg muscles, leg muscles that are short of oxygen, and a weak lower back that has stressed the leg muscles making them tense and tired.
Pain in the kidney during urination and weakness in the legs after urination can be easily brought on after two weeks of eating a lot of pork and without any vegetables in the diet.