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... I understand fear of injuring myself or having disease. I was in a serious accident when I was young, many years ago, and many disconcerting symptoms came from it. I cannot stop and muse about any of my symptoms or I would be paralyzed. ... (6 replies)
... worry can and and does create symptoms like what you experience. Fear and worry and inactivity often causes nerve twitching, muscle tightness, cramping, fatigue, muscle spasms, and much more. ... (6 replies)
... Neurogenic changes can happen before significant weakness. Weakness in ALS never gets better, however, so the fact that your left leg feels better and your arm is as strong as it is points strongly away from ALS. ... (9 replies)

... rm she tested showed irratation and it was indacative of als wouldint it be weak by now like my arm is so strong i threw a football over a 40 foot tree with ease and the leg that showed irratation dosent feel weak anymore like it did its actually switched to my left leg Im so confused !! ... (9 replies)
... ALS would not develop all over the place in any short time frame. Also widespread twitching and twitching in muscles that are not clinically weak, points away from ALS. Loss of overall muscle tone does eventually occur in ALS but generally not all at once. ... (3 replies)
... C7 and the resulting disc fusion surgery was very successful. The pain and numbness I had in my left arm was almost immediately relieved. Awesome! ... (2 replies)
... Main symptom is dysphagia. I've had it very mildly for a year or so but about two weeks ago it crossed the line and now I have extreme difficulty swallowing liquids, especially water. I'm much better with solids but not great. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Chuck I went back for a second emg amd the nerve damage has increased it shows muscle irriation this time. She said no als . but of course im still twitching. Im a wreck. starting iv abx and Ivig . Hope the lyme is killed off and this is not what I think. ... (6 replies)
... I have been having some symptoms that may or may not be in any way indicative of ALS but I am hoping to get some feedback here. ... (3 replies)
Help please!
Dec 17, 2014
... Well, ALS is a rare disease and for people under 30 it is almost vanishingly rare. You are more likely to get hit by a meteor than have ALS at age 27. ... (1 replies)
... eenervation". You only exhibit one of those, that is signs of chronic denervation. By widespread, they mean across at least two of the bulbar, cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Mandy, I lost a sister to ALS and I can tell you that symptoms with the tongue and speech , are in the final stages of the disease. First stage is legs and the ability to walk. No Pain . Then the use of the arms and then speech and swallowing . Finally Heart and or Lung Failure . ... (23 replies)
... No, although exhibiting some of the same symptoms, ALS and BFS are two distinctly separate illnesses. ... (14 replies)
... do i have als or bfs and what do they mean? ... (14 replies)
... The difference between BFS and ALS is simple...and profound. ... (14 replies)
... Just wondering if anyone is versed in the difference between als and bfs. I have had problems with twitching on different parts of my body for the last 7 months or so. ... (14 replies)
... Your symptoms sound nothing like ALS to me. Although not impossible for a 24yo to get ALS it is almost vanishingly rare. Stress and anxiety will definitely cause the pins and needles feeling as well as the lump in the throat feeling. I know from experience. ... (1 replies)
Sound like ALS?
Aug 28, 2014
... I went to the doctor for this twice, first time I seen a neurologists who gave me an MRI of my brain and spine, because I was worried about MS and everything came back fine. ... (8 replies)
... For the past week, I have been getting shakiness and a twitching thumb in my left hand. ... (0 replies)
... exercise exertion, mental fogginess, fatigue and intermittent dysphagia. Even though I had to minimize my workouts, I lived a relatively normal life so long as I didn't exert myself. ... (1 replies)


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