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... Try to relax, First of all ALS symptoms are progressive and if you had the start of symptoms a year ago, you would be much worse now. ... (3 replies)
... None of these are signs or symptoms of ALS. There is no pain involved with ALS symptoms, merely a gradual onset of weakness in one hand or foot. ... (3 replies)
Possible ALS
Jul 13, 2015
... I miss cycling so much. ALS symptoms are kind of unique in each person. ... (2 replies)

... Hi Caroline - I hope your husband does not have ALS, as it is a horrible disease that just took my dad a few weeks back. I, of course, am not his doctor, but I can tell you about my dad's progression. Me first had stiffness in his neck and tingling in his hands in November 2002. He lost use of his hands slowly - last summer, he could still manage to somewhat button his... (14 replies)
... I was diagnosed on Friday with ALS from my primary neuro. He says he has been wrong before and he's setting up an appointment at an ALS clinic in Indianapolis. ... (8 replies)
... will halt the progression of MS. ... (0 replies)
... My 47 year old mother is convinced she has ALS. My grandfather died of ALS in June 2001. My mother claims she started feeling the symptoms of the disease before he died. So, it has been 3 years and she is still feeling the same symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... From what I have read many of you will probably say this doesn't sound like ALS, because my symptoms are progressing so slowly, and in fact I haven't even noticed a progression in several years. ... (1 replies)
... only a physician can say for certain if you have ALS or not, your symptoms and the progression does not follow any case that I have ever seen. ... (9 replies)
... your doc has more sense than that. More TESTS! demand it! there are numerous diseases out there that mimic ALS. Push the doctors, and see more than one. If is is ALS there is not much time. The average patient survives about 18 months, depending on the progression they can survive as long as 5 years. ... (6 replies)
... I am sorry to hear of this new diagnoses. My father passsed away last year from Limb onset ALS. He lived with ALS for 22 months after his diagnoses. He had symptoms for much longer though. Like your father, his symptoms started in his legs and also his feet. ... (3 replies)
Variant of ALS
Oct 5, 2003
... I just returned from Houston after seeing my ALS Specialist.I am somewhat relieved, but still not out of the woods. Seems as though they have discovered some subset variables of ALS. ... (3 replies)
... ptoms. She also got very sick with some type of virus around December 10th. Since then she has been progressing very, very rapidly. She says that her mother's progression was much slower. She is having a strange neurological symtom in both feet. She says that it is very painful to walk and is currently using a cane. ... (0 replies)
... hi. i know its frustrating. i've found that these symptoms are that of many possible diseases or defficiencies. My husband has gone thru all of those tests also. unfortunately he was diagnosed with als a few weeks ago. ... (7 replies)
Bulbar Onset ALS
Feb 16, 2016
... Two neurologists have diagnosed me with bulbar onset ALS. Am heading to Mayo Clinic soon for one more opinion. Symptoms started very slowly January 2013. ... (1 replies)
... but you must understand that you are not alone. I will tell you one other thing.... one of our Harvard trained neuros told us that sometimes.. unexplainably.. symptoms have reversed. In just a couple of patients. No one knows why or how... maybe the tipping point was reversed. I think about that a lot. ... (12 replies)
... but you must understand that you are not alone. I will tell you one other thing.... one of our Harvard trained neuros told us that sometimes.. unexplainably.. symptoms have reversed. In just a couple of patients. No one knows why or how... maybe the tipping point was reversed. I think about that a lot. ... (12 replies)
Probable als???
Jun 5, 2008
... c it is.. here were here symptoms in order of progression..... ... (1 replies)
... it doesn't return or get any better. ALS is progressive. ... (1 replies)
... ng or weight lifting. And i woke up the last two nights about every 2 hours and feel exhausted. I did not cough, but feel tired. I think this migh be respinatory progression so i have the worst time possible. ... (2 replies)




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