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... Overall, if this were an ALS study you would see signs of ongoing denervation and you'd see changes across more than one nerve. ... (3 replies)
... your husband are going thru this time. My husband was also diagnosed with ALS, bulbar onset and we believe he has had the disease for 2 yrs or so. ... (6 replies)
... I don't know how old you are but you do need to have these symptoms checked. There are a number of diseases that mimic ALS. ... (3 replies)

... The Bulbar form of ALS is very rare. My husband was diagnosed a little over 2 years ago. He lost his voice last year and gradually the use of his right hand and arm. ... (6 replies)
... hi . yes the bulbar is MUCH faster. my dad was diagnosed last may with als. he died january 1, 2008. his health fell quickly. we noticed daily changes in his ability to function. ... (2 replies)
... It's seems like to me!!!! I was dianoised in sept, but couldn't talk since may. I went to a ent first,then to a neurogoist, and my left leg and left hands hurts. I am know wearing a thing on my leg. I am on oxygen at night. I am working out of baylor in texas. (1 replies)
... symptoms of ALS. Her neurologist is sending her to an ALS specialist to confirm his suspicions. If she has bulbar onset, is that a faster progressing form of ALS? ... (1 replies)
... mom has been having slurred speech, swallowing and some walking difficulties. She went to see a neurologist a few weeks ago and he suspects ALS. She will see an ALS specialist next week. My question is, if she has bulbar onset ALS, is that a more aggressive form of the disease? ... (2 replies)
... ligament disease from the muscle test. I don't think I have myasthenia gravis because it wasn't found in my blood work and I don't have the eye symptoms and other things like the improvement you get when your muscles are at rest. My weakness stays the same, if not worse, as the day progresses. ... (9 replies)
... Hi. Just to inform you about the drooling and swallowing diffeculities that come along with ALS. Those symptoms usually happen in people diganosed with the bulbar onset. Sometimes you will get those symptoms "later" in the disease if you were diagnosed with Linb onset ALS. ... (2 replies)
... percent of all ALS patients. I am specifically interested in rate of decline in pulmonary symptoms and invasive ventilatory experiences from patient and caregivers. ... (0 replies)
... all along the front of my throat is the beginning of bulbar symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... earing people's stories I went into panic mode. By the way, I'm only 26 years old and I have always been healthy up to this point. Also, I read somewhere that bulbar onset symptoms almost ALWAYS start out with speech difficulties first. I don't know if I mentioned in the previous post but this all came on sudden as well. ... (2 replies)
... I'm definitely scared now about bulbar onset ALS and it is reeking havoc on my mind and probably just making the situation worse. ... (2 replies)
... Bulbar means the top of the brain is causing the first symptoms. EMG would show if you had Bulbar ALS because it effects the motor skills. ... (6 replies)
... I have almost identical symptoms to yours. ... (5 replies)
... My mother's ALS was bulbar onset. She did not experience any of the symptoms you have. She had started with difficulty saying certain words like her tongue did not roll over the words correctly. ... (3 replies)
... Can bulbar palsy begin in the lip? ... (3 replies)
... My mother was diagnosed with Bulbar onset March 2012. At that point she was in late stage. As we look back on it now we think she started the initial symptoms about 2 years ago. In March 2011 she began having problems clearing her throat and was using cough drops constantly. ... (5 replies)
... it feels sharp. It also feels like someone is pinching my throat glands. Is it possible for ALS symptoms to progress this quickly from throat to body, or even all at once, within a two months or within a few weeks? ... (5 replies)




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