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... LOL, well, I think of it as a feeling. I know from power lifting what a muscle spasm feels like. ... (7 replies)
... magnesium vitamins to see if that resolves eye muscle twitch. ... (11 replies)
Anxiety ms worry
Oct 17, 2014
... Ive had MS for a decade now and have never had a muscle twitch! ALthough MS is a variable disease and differnt for everyone, a few things remain the same. MS isnt a muscle disease. ... (73 replies)

... t up to me. Out of tumor, cancer and MS, it seemed like MS could fit with the numb arm, tingly hand, back pain....I don't think my anxiety helps much as I read a symptom and within an hour swear I start to feel it. It's hard to tell what's going on. ... (39 replies)
Possible MS?
Dec 25, 2011
... Hello, I've been having this sensation of a rapid muscle twitch on my left upper arm, lower left leg and left side of my face. I cant visually see the twitching, only feel it. ... (3 replies)
... is memory loss and confusion a symptom of MS? ... (2 replies)
... For the last 16 months I have been experiencing some intermittant muscle twitches primarily in my hands and feet. I would say they may occur up to 20 times per day. ... (3 replies)
... Maybe. Muscle twitching and spasms, etc. can be MS related or not. ... (7 replies)
New symptom
Mar 27, 2008
... Over the easter break I have started having a new symptom or is it? ... (4 replies)
... I posted about this before and I am feeling the same vibration feeling. It is not a muscle twitch or spasm cause I have those and they are totally different. ... (10 replies)
Need some help
Oct 6, 2004
... Now, I feel like I have my whole body connected to a battery or some energy source like that! Lately the most bothersome symptom is muscle twitches throughout my body. It happens all the time, I mostly notice it at night when I'm still or trying to sleep. ... (2 replies)
... called them Blepharospasms in 99. It started in the left upper eyelids but gradually happened also on the other side, then the cheek, lip, it affects different muscle groups at different times and today it happens throughout the body. Some cause spasm and extreme pain and others just "twitch", like nerves misfiring. ... (11 replies)
... I've also had twitching eyelids and a muscle on my lip twitch for days at a time. Feels like someone attached a string to me and keeps tugging on it. ... (5 replies)
... Buzzing and tingling easing slightly in my extremities but now have odd pins stabs all over but only really if I exert myself. Odd muscle twitching too, legs, face and stomach mainly. ... (13 replies)
... er my neck and upper traps felt really tight and painful, although for the most part the pain has subsided almost completely, although I do still have a constant muscle tightness in that area. My next symptom seemed to be a weird tingly sensation, as if bugs were crawling on me... ... (3 replies)
... shoulder pain, and headaches, I was given the diagnosis of muscle spasms and PT was recommended. ... (15 replies)
Frustrated!
Sep 23, 2012
... am a 37 yr old female who has had symptoms of MS for several years with no confirmed diagnosis. It can be very frustrating because I go to the doctor when a new symptom appears or when a previous one pops up again, but since my last MRI two years ago was clean, they kinda treat me like I am crazy or wasting their time. ... (4 replies)
... It has been a long several years of one symptom after another. For a long time. I just thought I was having several seperate issues, but now I wonder if they are all part of one disease or disorder. ... (10 replies)
... have any muscle weakness, nor dizziness or gait problems. ... (19 replies)
... Muscles twitch constantly, usually calves, thighs, upper arms, back, stomach. ... (6 replies)


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