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Do you feel unsteady when you walk, do feel as if you want to fall to the side while walking.
Or if you are asking the mother of a child then just ask her to describe the walking of her child.

Ataxia is usually a physical exam finding not a history finding.

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do you feel like you're loosing your balance (while walking)? - This is my way way of asking this question
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