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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Board Index
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Do I have ALS?
May 23, 2009
... Finally, the twitching in ALS patients most times goes unnoticed. This is because the muscle tissue is dead, and they can not feel them. ... (4 replies)
... Numbness is not the ALS symptom. ... (1 replies)
... have a shooting pain that comes out of the blue many times a day. On top of all of this, my neck has been hurting really bad, and I am hoping that it is not an ALS symptom because I have read that people with ALS can find it difficult to hold their head up. I am really scared to death. ... (6 replies)

Weird Symptom?
Nov 20, 2006
... i'm feeling that lately without doing that. Is this an ALS symptom? ... (2 replies)
... I know I'm also scared because I've twitched constantly for a year. But the twitching started primarily after I found out that it was a symptom of als. My thumb just feels so clumsy and slow and weak but I feel like if this was als it would be more apparent. ... (4 replies)
... on it started with the arms and now it's spread down to my legs when I wake up in the morning it's a lot worse and very stiff and the pain is awful.. also a new symptom has been on going I've started having muscle twitches or facilitations in my legs mostly but some in my arms too.. ... (3 replies)
Jan 31, 2017
... There are literally thousands of conditions that have twitching as a symptom. As you have probably read, ALS presents most often with a sudden inability to perform a simple task such as turning a key. ... (2 replies)
... I think your nerves are getting the best of you. ALS is very rare and very obvious to medical professionals. If they suspected that this was ALS, they would have tested you for it and ruled it out. ... (4 replies)
... The tests I know of to rule out ALS are the EMG and NCV tests which I didn't get yet. As far as I'm aware, the labs they ran wouldn't have ruled out any MND's. ... (4 replies)
... You can rest easy. There are actually tests to dx ALS, and if your labs were normal, they dont need to perform it. Your labs would have been indicative of a problem and further testing would have been done. Your symptoms can be attributed to anything from a pinched nerve to Lymes disease to a general bug (virus) which hit you over the last 14 days. Relax. Stress and anxiety... (4 replies)
... Actually not a single new symptom you mentoned is a symptom.of ALS. ... (13 replies)
... Nope. Also headaches are not a symptom either. ... (13 replies)
... I have for the past week and a half been experiencing twitches in my limbs well they can be anywhere to be precise my Right leg and arm dont feel like they used to no weakness or anything but my right arm does seem to get tired faster and its my dominant arm. Its just been getting me to search everything possible and all i get is ALS since twitching is a begging symptom im... (1 replies)
ALS Scare
Dec 7, 2015
... she says no it's not out of the question yet but because of it being such a complex disease to diagnose, I am basically a sitting duck waiting for the next bad symptom to hit or to progress in my symptoms to confirm it. ... (5 replies)
Scared of ALS
Oct 29, 2015
... c all of you say it really isn't a symptom of this terrible disease. But with everything else going on, it just gets me more scared every time I feel one. ... (3 replies)
... This does not sound like ALS at all. ... (13 replies)
... Main symptom is dysphagia. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, it doesn't sound at all like ALS. Pain is not a presenting symptom nor are other sensory things like pinches. Widespread twitching without any signs of clinical weakness or atrophy strongly points away from ALS as well. ... (2 replies)
... Pain is not a symptom of ALS. Whatever is wrong with you, it is not this. ... (2 replies)
Symptom Questions
Dec 30, 2013
... Does this sound like ALS to anyone else? ... (1 replies)

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