... to turn locks or button shirts or tripping due to muscles in the lower leg no longer supporting the foot. Less commonly this could also include weakening of the tongue resulting in slurred speech and even less commonly weakness of the throat muscles resulting in swallowing difficulties. ... (1 replies)
... I hope it all works out for you. I have recently developed tongue twitches myself and have trouble swallowing. I have been seeing a neurologist for three months and after a clean MRI he won't run anymore tests. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks SO much for all your kind words!My main concern is that I have the constant tongue twitch,plus the scalloped tongue! ... (23 replies)
... feet get tired when I walk or carry things, I can no longer wear heels, my hands feel as if I had carpel tunnel syndrome. I twitch occasionally. My tongue is twitching as well. My swallowing issues are intermittent. ... (1 replies)
... my tongue will twitch. For you, it seems different since you are having problems with food. Let us know how it goes. ... (2 replies)
... not alone. I just know you will be ok. My twitches are going crazy right now. They had subsided for a couple of weeks to where I didn't notice them. Now I have a twitch in my left temple of left side of my scalp. It is crazy! I had it a couple of months ago. Now its back! Ugh! And my arms and legs are at it again. ... (23 replies)
... hi there- how are you doing??
I so feel for you- i know what it is like to be so scared..
a few years ago i got a twitch in my index finger- i diagnosed als too and once i thought about this the twitching got worse and worse...terrible....i eventually saw a neurologist who helped by calming me down.. then i needed some antidepressants which i think saved my life.
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... My twitch in my tongue has now also moved to the middle.It is pretty much constant and getting worse.Still no problems moving it,although it does have sort of a pulled feeling. ... (23 replies)
... Weird muscle twitch in my tongue, but never thought much of it. ... (2 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)
... Began body wide fasiculations... very frequent. Feet, toes, buttocks, legs, face, tongue, etc... Sometimes the same muscle will twitch 24 hours straight..but mostly its one here and one there. ... (1 replies)
... work, etc. Initially the Neuro must have thought something was wrong as he wrote it up in the report that I had atrophy in my hand as well as some indication my tongue had issues as well. However after 6 months under his study he declared it must be my Diabetes causing the issues. ... (1 replies)
... Any muscle can twitch when overtired. Just think about how your arms and legs are shaky and twitchy after a long hard workout. ... (10 replies)
... I had a twitching eyelid for weeks when I was 19, and my left tricep was jumping up and down for a few days in my early 20s, oh, and I had a twitch on my left thigh after I started wresting, at 16. ... (1 replies)
... damage from Mylegram and CAT scan. Still might be. Can't have MRI because of pacemaker. Said my tongue didn't twitch which is good? ... (1 replies)
... thanks a lot for this. i wish i had had the courage to read this post when i was having some major issues with twitching a week or two ago. i had practically convinced myself i had ALS. the anxiety probably just made my twitching worse. it is gradually subsiding and has become easier to manage. (10 replies)
... It usually starts with a small twitch in a finger or an eye lid or in the calf of the leg and just won't go away. ... (10 replies)
... always gets you to ALS! Needless to say, it scares the daylights out of me, and I think about every swallow, and my stomach goes into knots every time I feel a twitch in my throat. ... (6 replies)
... Just wondering if anyone is versed in the difference between als and bfs. I have had problems with twitching on different parts of my body for the last 7 months or so. One twitch, here and there (arm/hand/foot/thigh/side of torso, tongue), that I notice when I am sitting still or going to sleep. It's not that"going to sleep" type of twitching either. No pain.No weakness... (14 replies)