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... tching in my right bicep, I then looked this up on google and was lead to ALS. After this all the symptoms I described above began. Before the atrophying and arm pain in my left hand, I got sharp stabbing pains in my upper abdomen and left shoulder, not sure if this has any relation. ... (1 replies)
Jan 30, 2017
... away". Well it hasn't. There are no motor neuron diseases in my family of that I am aware. I've more always worried that my husband will get the familial form of ALS at some point. I am on no medication that would cause this. I have taken all the "by myself" ALS tests i could find on net. ... (2 replies)
... and sometimes my abdomen twitches too or I get crampa or my legs jerks or my whole body (8 replies)

... OK so I was diagnosed with a DVA last January and I have a small mass in my thymus during that year I've had like clavicle pain I never thought too much of nit until the last few months where my legs ,arms, fingers began to twitch like it feels like small pulses and they are random like I could have one twich on my calf and a few seconds on my other leg, I've noticed a few... (8 replies)
... Please look into Lyme disease. Your symptoms sound like the classic case. Try to find a Lyme literate doctor in your area to get appropriate tests done. I was in your shoes last year and thought I had als, ms, fibro etc. Lyme can mimic these to a T. (12 replies)
... Hi James, It's really encouraging to hear that you can do all of those activities, even though you suffer from chronic pain. I understand you not feeling comfortable offering an opinion. Hopefully other people read this thread too, maybe someone could recognize some of the symptoms, even though there's so many. That's really lucky that you got in so soon, that's... (12 replies)
... Unfortunately I can only speak to ALS and a few other neurological conditions. I would not feel comfortable offering opinions. ... (12 replies)
... Hi James, I'm glad your symptoms haven't gotten worse. Is there anything else out there or something you can do that can help with the muscle cramps? You're right, it would be better to have fibro than other things like ALS. I just have to work on staying positive, I guess. I'm really up and down every day. I know I'll feel better once whatever is happening with me stops... (12 replies)
... Obviously from your post ALS is not a concern. I know ALS pretty well. I am not a doctor and thus can't really comment to all of your symptoms. ... (12 replies)
... l. Next day it was in my left hand, and started getting tingling in my legs and feet. Then it turned into aching in my toes and ankles, knees, elbows and burning pain in my heel and foot. Random sensation that I'm being pinched, anywhere on my legs or arms, and on my throat that is mainly a deeper ache now. ... (12 replies)
... ms started 19 months ago. The first two said no diagnosis. The third said neuromuscular in nature, possibly ALS. The last one, a neuromuscular specialist said no ALS and undiagnosed neuropathy. ... (12 replies)
... I'm 22. I've been having pain since mid September, all through my body that's gotten worse. In my knees, ankles, toes, especially shoulders, elbows, and fingers. ... (12 replies)
... Yes, it doesn't sound at all like ALS. Pain is not a presenting symptom nor are other sensory things like pinches. ... (2 replies)
... im 19 yo and i have muscles twitching when im sitting especially i keep looking and googling my symptoms and reading about horrible disease like ALS !!! ... (6 replies)
... forgot to mention I have weakness in my right pinky and have been dropping things from time to time. Mostly noticeable in the pinky and ring finger. I also have pain in the forearm like it make my hand feel better to rub it. ... (22 replies)
... Hi Xtract, Thank you very much for your advice. I will definitely look into it. It seems strange though; I'm inside most of the time and stay away from bushy areas, I do have a dog but she gets monthly flea & tick medication, and I avoid bugs like the plague. I have a big fear of bugs, so I'm always cautious when I'm outside... A few months ago I spent hours spraying the... (12 replies)
... Gabapentin, glad it's helping with the spasms. Do regular pain meds like Ibuprofen help? ... (12 replies)
... have a bunch of bloodwork done, all were normal except my iron was a little bit low. I'm scared of it being, fibromyalgia, I hear it gets worse and worse and the pain becomes so unbearable that it wakes you up from sleep, and makes it difficult to perform regular activities. Hoping it's something less serious. ... (12 replies)
Scared of ALS
Oct 29, 2015
... I am a 31 y/o male. It started in my right forearm where the weakness/pain came out of nowhere one day while taking the train home from work back in early March of this year. Fast forward a few weeks I was coaching my softball team and my legs started to ache. I was assured that going from arm to legs so quickly would never happen - but fast forward to now - and I had to miss... (2 replies)
ALS? Very Scared
Jul 28, 2015
... So that's why it feels like I'm walking on an uneven surface. I've had a few adjustments and I'm beginning to feel better. My hands aren't stiff or weak. My leg pain has almost diminished. I'm beginning to walk a little straighter. My range of motion is has improved in my neck. ... (5 replies)

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