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Possible ALS
May 20, 2015
... I'm not sure what you mean by unsteadiness. Do your legs feel unusually fatigued? ... (1 replies)
... ophies, myopathies such as CIDP, Kennedy's disease and adult spinal muscular atrophy. This is why I think its important to see a neuromuscular specialist as they have experience in evaluating these types of conditions. ... (10 replies)
... Chuck, as always, thank you for your response. I have not had an emg, the neuro said it wasn't worth it at this time as it would probably come back negative. ... (10 replies)

... Yes I am seeing a neurologist on the 30th of march he says that I am not showing any clinical signs of weakness which is a good thing I guess. All I can do is hope for the best. ... (15 replies)
... You don't have ALS. Sensory symptoms like pain, tingling etc actually point away from ALS. ALS is a motor neuron disease which means the neurons that carry the signals for your muscles to move. ... (4 replies)
... ALS clinic at UCH, but it doesn't appear that he is an ALS expert per se. I think it is very wise to seek a second opinion from a top notch ALS expert. Houston Methodist has Stanley Appel who is nationally recognized as is Eva Feldman at Michigan and a few folks at the various Mayo clinics as well. ... (2 replies)
... nd great support from the Muscular Dystrophy Association. I just realized that you are in Australia but I would imagine there are chapters like that everywhere. Have you been in contact with them? ... (4 replies)
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... l blood work and urine samples which came up fine with normal blood pressure too. She also did a full physical, checking my heart, my reflexes you know what they do in a physical. ... (0 replies)
... That sort of "lactic acid" exhaustion "weakness" is not typical of the weakness seen in ALS. In ALS, the nerve just stops talking to the muscle and the muscle no longer works at all. ... (2 replies)
Do I Have ALS?
Sep 19, 2014
... I'm not sure what led you to believe you have ALS but nothing in your described symptoms sounds like it. ... (4 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)
... NCT done and was seen by 2 new neurologist back to back. I am very happy that I do not have ALS!! I am lost to where I go now. ... (5 replies)
Do I Have ALS?
Sep 20, 2012
... Absolutely right...some statistics I read said that before 40 the chance of ALS are 1 in 10 million. At 24 they are 0. ... (4 replies)
Do I Have ALS?
Sep 19, 2012
... There's no way you have ALS with those symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... hi, I thought I was going to lose my mind with fear. I have come to the conclusion that this is a new thing doctors do not know. Maybe the new cell phones are causing something? ... (11 replies)
... My mom has ALS and ur symptoms do not sound like it.. She started with her foot stiff. and her legs weak and the she started to fall alot not she in a wheel chair and can not walk or even lift herself from the bed.. I HOPE THIS HELPS... ... (5 replies)
... I found this forum by Google search because I too fear slightly that I may have ALS induced by the H1N1 vaccine that I received 5 months ago. ... (5 replies)
... Because I have fasciculations and muscle weakness and my neurologist just sent me to see an ALS specialist. He said he doesn't think its ALS but wants to rule it out. He says sometimes one can have fasciculations before they notice any muscle weakness or atrophy. ... (13 replies)
... These are not the symptoms of ALS. Muscle spasms and cramps are not associated with ALS. As for your twitching, that is the most misconstrued myth about ALS. If you have twitching, it points AWAY from ALS. ... (13 replies)




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