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Sound like ALS?
Aug 28, 2014
... is 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. I brought up ALS and he laughed before I could ask about it and said I don't have it but then again my symptoms weren't as bad, minor legs and arms weakness and twitching thumb. ... (8 replies)
... For the past week, I have been getting shakiness and a twitching thumb in my left hand. ... (0 replies)
... Remember ALS does not come and go, even at rest. You're muscle twitching doesn't sound like ALS related muscle twitching. My moms twitching looked like little creepy crawlies under her skin AND she could NOT feel them. ... (6 replies)

... Is it ALS or Anxiety or BFS? ... (11 replies)
ALS symptoms?
Jun 19, 2008
... NO.... it's NOT ALS. Muscle twitching happens to the majority of people at one time or another. What you are experiencing is common. Rest assured!! ... (1 replies)
... ever of having ALS. I went thru this same ALS scare about 2 years ago. I had months of violent muscle twitching in legs, calves, biceps, etc., and I too searched the internet for symptoms and found ALS!! ... (2 replies)
... d the symptom on the web and ALS came up and scared me too death. ... (2 replies)
... mation I can found from here after reading posts from this board and Ilike to get some comment more about ALS's symptom. So in the initial stages of ALS, do the muscle twitching come and go.. or it is an ongoing thing? ... (2 replies)
... Hello so my husband was diagnosed with als about 6 months ago. we had been seeing doctors for an apparent balance issue due to an irregular gaited walk. Then came muscle twitching and muscle spasms. ... (5 replies)
... I am in the study to biomarkers in the blood. So far the blood study does not give a cause alarm. Only EMG and weakness is the two indicators you have ALS. Twitching does not belong only to ALS. ... (1 replies)
... I have a neurologist appointment in 3 weeks. I have had a lot of blood work done with nothing really showing. I am worried it could be something serious such as ALS or MS, or some other disease. ... (1 replies)
... I have had muscle twitching in my left thigh for about a year, although it has become a bit less frequent. ... (0 replies)
... Ok I am a 17 year old male. A month ago I got this twitch in my right foot. The twitching started after I began to exercise after about a year of no physical activity. ... (0 replies)
... I have a scheduled EMG test tomorrow. I am very concerned. My symptoms seem to match ALS to the T. I have extreme fatigue in my legs and arms, especially in the morning. This had been going on for about a year and a half. ... (1 replies)
... About a month ago I started having muscle twitching in my thighs,calves,both legs, and arms. Now my left leg at times feels heavy and weak. ... (1 replies)
... In the beginning of the year I started having muscle twitching that happened mainly in my legs but has since popped up everywhere throughout the body. I was worried I had MS because I felt weak and fatigued some days. ... (6 replies)
... It does not sound like ALS to me. I just had muscle weakness that would come with more use of the muscle. ... (11 replies)
... Muscle twitching does not come and go with ALS. It is constant. ... (2 replies)
... stop. She also had extreme weakness first and muscle atrophy, extreme weight loss, and FATIGUE. Muscle twitching as an only symptom does not scream ALS. Follow it and get another opinion if you need. Good Luck. ... (2 replies)
... I'm worried this could be ALS since MS and other neuro problems have pretty much been ruled out. Should I go back to the neuro? ... (2 replies)


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