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... Have these level checked with blood work. Even if it doesn't indicate low levels, magnesium is a natural muscle relaxant. It can cause diarrhea so start out with a small dose such as 150 mg at bedtime, and gradually work up to 600 mg at bedtime and 300 mg in the morning. ... (2 replies)
... jerking, sometimes it felt like I had an electric shock feeling in my spine...all these symptoms made me think I had a neurological disorder. I was convinced I had MS. ... (8 replies)
... ke MS, ALS, Parkinsons, etc. do not have a specific test that tells you whether or not you have them. You should really see someone who specializes in diagnosing neurological disorders and get started on figuring out what is going on. My mom is very young but has just been diagnosed with Parkinson's. ... (57 replies)

... muscle jerks. I have to say that I'm experiencing way more than a dozen muscle twitches a day. I have been paying more attention to them and have to say I experience hundreds a day. ... (57 replies)
... I have chronic muscle twitching ,it started after months of chronic muscle spasms.I have not taken any meds in years prior to the muscle cramps.My muscles twitch on a constant basis and annoying as all get out. ... (57 replies)
... epidural of any sort. I also beleive I was predisposed to having such a neurological disorder. A family member shakes. ... (57 replies)
... What you are describing, I believe, are neurological problems, and the jerking while you are resting sounds like Periodic Limb Movement Disorder. ... (57 replies)
... m just scared to, so here I am. I am experiencing noticeable muscle weakness throughout my entire body, however it seems to be pronounced in my arms and legs. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Payne, I really do not mean to scare you and so I hope this information doesn't, but it sounds like you have exactly what I have and it's called Blepharospasm (pronounced "BLEFF-aruh-spasm") and Oromandibular Dystonia, and those are both types of Dystonia. The word blepharospasm refers to the eye and the word oromandibular refers to the mouth and jaw. In November... (19 replies)
... starting with a "lazy" eye, mouth twitching, and now leading into muscle weakness and spasms with pain, all on the left side of my face. I am having trouble with chewing, too. I have been to many doctors. ... (19 replies)
... calls it benign Fasciculation Syndrome. Mine are constant, they never stop completely. At times they can really be twitching. It's good to know it's not some bad Neurological disease. ... (9 replies)
... Put it this way, if you have a clean MRI, and a normal EEG, and a normal EKG, then it is not a neurological problem. The muscles are not twitching because of abnormal neuronal firing. It is actually something within the muscle itself and it has nothing to do with the nervous system at all. ... (17 replies)
... oes not think anything is going to come of this. He says that he will refer me to an Rheumatologist if the MRI results are negative. I really feel like this is a neurological problem and don't know what to do. Here are my symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... Hi folks, I'm a 29 year old male that has been seeing a wide range of medical professionals for three years now to try to pin down the cause (and treat) some strange symptoms that seem neurological/neuromuscular in nature. It started with a feeling of tiredness, twitching, weakness, and dizziness that began after a viral infection but has never really gone away.... (1 replies)
... ing. The idea behind this was that lactic acid is removed from muscles very quickly. He wanted to see the levels before it was carried away. He found that the muscle was producing a much higher amount of lactic acid then there should be. ... (3 replies)
Abnormal EMG
Nov 3, 2006
... ack OK, but my EMG was slightly abnormal. He said there was increased polyphasia in certain muscles, and some electrical instability. He said he wanted to do a muscle biopsy, but the changes were so minor, that he wanted to wait a few months to see if this "goes away". ... (8 replies)

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