... I have the PD symptoms, but also have some other symptoms that fall under the ALS illness. ... (0 replies)
... I will try to make this short, but I know it will turn out to be a book, so please bear with me.
I have been through some unbelievable stress during the past three years. We had two cross country moves due to my husband getting layed off. I do not have any family or close friends nearby. (who wants to get to know the woman that is in pain, and crying all of the time!!)
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... September last year I suddenly got joint pain in my knee when bending down. This soon calmed down and although it was still there very mildly sometimes it wasn't effecting me. ... (1 replies)
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... they are slight and barely noticable, whereas my arms are more noticiable and do it less but more strongly than my calves. I have weakness in my left wrist and elbow and right shoulder, and I think now in my ankles. I also have a few fasciculations in my buttocks and left pectoral. ... (13 replies)
... I had yet another disruption of the bowlels with pain and constipation and so I went back to an Ortho Dr and Neurologist. ... (5 replies)
... of it. Supposedly, many men before them did as well.....but, the years in history before the time my grandfather was alive, they weren't really able to diagnose ALS yet. ... (5 replies)
... If you only have these symptoms you describe I think you're completely healthy.
Maybe the symptom of indigestion. Do you usually eat hard to digest food before this starts?
Do you smoke or have lots of cold drinks?
Probably you don't stretch enough when you exercise (or don't exercise at all).
This is completely normal, many healthy people have cracky joints their... (10 replies)
... rophy in my hands, but did not find any weakness or any other signs of ALS. He thinks it is likely related to carpal tunnel even though I don't have the typical wrist pain. ... (1 replies)
... From approximately one year ago, I've had a strange pain in my chest. When I first got it, it was extremely scary but I've gotten used to it. It's a dull pain around the lower half of my left lung. It seems to continue for months at a time, then mysteriously disappear. ... (10 replies)
... just VERY sore feet since June 2005. Then Fasciculations in my calves at night or when I'm sitting. Then I developed shoulder pain that has never gone away. ... (13 replies)
... Also, for the last week I have had a pain between my wrist and thumb. It is like a stiff pain feeling that isn't noticeable unless I use the muscle. It hurt really bad when I was cooking earlier today and lifted the pan. ... (2 replies)
... been two months now. The anxiety medication that was given to me helped to curb my panick but my spasms have barely gone away. I did a search on fasics and found ALS and since reading the post I also noticed some dull muscle pain in my left hamstring and my wrist joint hurts. ... (2 replies)
... I have had a little pang of pain here and there along my wrist and in the pads of my hands but those only come after I've scrutinized that twitching hand like crazy. ... (2 replies)
I have been experienceing the same thing since May 2006, at first I was really worried that I had MS or Motor Neuron disease, I went for 2 MRI scans, which were clear and a visit to a neuroligist, he said that there was nothing wrong with me.
However a few months ago I stumbled upon BFS while searching the internet for answers, and am convinced this is what I have, I am... (2 replies)
... an say that twitching is not as offen but those weird sensations are always present in my legs.I mostly twitch in thighs and calfs of legs and i also have bit of pain in my legs.They mostly happen when i am sitting in front of systema t work and at night when i go to bed. ... (2 replies)
... sometimes its painful in my thighs, not sharp pain but a dull pain like a 4 out of 10. ... (1 replies)
... Pain isn't a symptom of ALS onset. ... (11 replies)
... Cramer - you need to relax. You mentioned your age and life is just beginning for you. I have PLS - and has disabled me within the last 4 years. I'm always positive and I feel wonderful. It's all about how you handle things. I suggest that you find a different doctor and get a second option. If a new doctor tells you that you don't have ALS - then get on with life and... (5 replies)
... This is not a medical statement and I am not calling you a hypochondriac because that definition fits people who enjoy poor health not those who are afraid of it, but Sometimes when we are worried about a situation that we feel we can not face, we will develop physical symptoms that will actually occur in places that describe what is going on. For instance, if a man feels he... (5 replies)