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ALS or...?
Jan 10, 2020
... the throat twitching is not going to fade away when you swallowing. Which is not your case . ... (6 replies)
... With ALS, the hallmark symptom is clinical muscle weakness. For bulbar ALS, this typically manifests as weakness of the tongue and occasionally the upper throat muscles. Weakness of the tongue results in slurred speech and usually fasciculations in the tongue. ... (10 replies)
... Your symptoms sound nothing like ALS to me. Although not impossible for a 24yo to get ALS it is almost vanishingly rare. Stress and anxiety will definitely cause the pins and needles feeling as well as the lump in the throat feeling. ... (1 replies)

... Hi just want to given an update and get some feed back , Went back to my Docoe on April 18th May 2012 and was advised that EMG and NCS showed that I had tongue wasting and twiching and weakness in chin and neck and that this and all the other results confirmed that I have ALS, it felt like the ground had just been pull from underneith me. I was told 3 to 5 yrs depending on... (12 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. ... (3 replies)
... first, have your doctor order the mri now. tell her your worried, symptoms arent better and it would put your mind at ease to get it done sooner than later. they usually will do it if it is reasonable and your firm but nice. ... (4 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. ... (3 replies)
... That's what I was wondering. Is slurred speech usually the 1st sign of bulbar onset ALS? From what I've read, it is. I have had muscle twitching all over my body over the past 3-4 years (BFS?), but recently, I've been feeling them in my neck/throat area. I've also had problems swallowing, which could be from a number of things! Combining these 2 symptoms, + reading all the... (6 replies)
Do I Have ALS?
Sep 19, 2012
... There's no way you have ALS with those symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... You should go to the doctor to start ruling things out. I have ALS and it first affected my tongue and throat. It took a yr. ... (4 replies)
... I have posted before on MS and fibro boards with a vareity of symptoms I have been experiencing for six months....at least something everyday for that period. ... (2 replies)
... For the past two months I have felt like there is a lump in my throat and I have difficulty swallowing. My neck and jaw also feel stiff. ... (4 replies)
... who inserted a camera up my nasal passage and down my throat, this test also came back clear. I then saw the neurologist who explained that i was presenting with symptoms typical of als or mysathia gravis. I would have to have more extensive testing to also rule out other neuro conditions. ... (12 replies)
... Everything came back normal and the Neuro saw me for a year and discharged me. Basically I just learnt to live with it and have had these same ongoing symptoms since 2003. ... (11 replies)
... erhaps six months ago. It really wasn't as much slurring as the loss of nimbleness in my tongue. My other facial muscles also felt harder to move. However, these symptoms go through good and bad stretches, but lately, it's the bad stretch has lasted longer than usual. ... (7 replies)
... There's a thing called post pregnancy hypothyroidism and subclinical hythyroidism. Many people have the symptoms of Hypo but are still within normal range of the labs test values though they feel the symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... Hello everyone. Beginning a few months ago, I've gotten many strange symptoms that are scaring me to death. I've done some research, and I'm still not entirely sure what they could be. ... (10 replies)
... If you may have ALS, you may want to consider Lyme disease as a possibility. Lyme disease is a multi-system bacterial infection caused from the bite of an infected tick. Lyme disease is the second fastest growing infectious disease in the US after AIDS, and it is the number one vector borne disease. It is in every state, yet little is being done to educate the public and... (13 replies)
... wide spasms are continuing. I've been really worried about ALS and my arms and legs feel progressively weaker than they once were. I had an MRI done a bit ago and it didn't show anything! ... (7 replies)
... research, and came to the understanding that ALS begins in "1" limb, usually in a foot or a hand. Dropping things or dragging a foot or tripping are early signs. ... (2 replies)




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