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... I've never heard of aspartame poisoning causing those type of neurological symptoms so I doubt that would be the issue. ... (2 replies)
Tongue Twitches
Jun 22, 2013
... are all new symptoms for me. Before now I have only had two episodes that at first they thought were strokes. Speech problems and right side paralysis. Clean MRI both times. ... (2 replies)
... law had bulbar onset but ideas were raised of stroke and other possibilities. ... (21 replies)

... I just turned 49 in December, and have been having strange symptoms in my tongue and throat, plus on/off labored breathing over the past 2 months. Can someone help me with some of the initial symptoms of bulbar-onset ALS? If the breathing is effected first, is it an on/off progression, that is, once the labored breathing begins, will it stay labored due to the muscle... (6 replies)
... percent of all ALS patients. I am specifically interested in rate of decline in pulmonary symptoms and invasive ventilatory experiences from patient and caregivers. ... (0 replies)
... My mother's ALS was bulbar onset. She did not experience any of the symptoms you have. She had started with difficulty saying certain words like her tongue did not roll over the words correctly. ... (3 replies)
... is deteriorating. With ALS itself, the myelin sheath remains in tact but the nerve cells under the myelin sheath die, like broken telephone wires. ... (13 replies)
ALS or...?
Jan 10, 2020
... Case closed I went to my doctor today and he performed a grip strength test for me and have a result for completely fine muscle strength in my fingers and arms My twitching is most likely the result of stress I do noticed thereís some twitching inside my throat (like something is jumping inside it) no problem with swallowing nor speaking (it fade away from swallowing... (6 replies)
... The something in the throat feeling is not associated with ALS but is common in GERD and other reflux related diseases and can even be felt with anxiety. ... (4 replies)
... the mirror,it does it all day!I have had no physical changes to it.I cant stop thinking about it all day every day because when I googled my symptoms,nothing but ALS came up.Are these common symptoms with the bulbar type,and what else could cause this to be consistant? ... (23 replies)
... From what I've read, ALS doesn't involve abnormal feelings in the throat, like a lump, or like a small piece of food that won't go down. ... (6 replies)
... P.S. My Mom had the bulbar form of ALS which is extremely rapid and progressive. ... (7 replies)
... I don't know how old you are but you do need to have these symptoms checked. There are a number of diseases that mimic ALS. ... (3 replies)
... ligament disease from the muscle test. I don't think I have myasthenia gravis because it wasn't found in my blood work and I don't have the eye symptoms and other things like the improvement you get when your muscles are at rest. My weakness stays the same, if not worse, as the day progresses. ... (9 replies)
... That said, my son has MND and his symptoms are nothing at all like yours. Mentally he is sharp, tho depressed, he never had any memory or cognitive problems. ... (13 replies)
... how does bulbar onset in throat feels or starts? ... (4 replies)
... Does not sound like ALS. I agree, donít google, see your family doctor. Good luck, James (3 replies)
... I have almost identical symptoms to yours. ... (5 replies)
... First I noticed very fine twitches in my face whenever I smile in the muscles around my mouth, cheeks, and eyes. (i can't feel them) if I try to hold a smile, my mouth shakes/quivers. At this time I also started getting pulsating twitches in my foot, and random twitches throughout my body. they've gone away for the most part and return occasionally What worries me the... (3 replies)
... Sounds like a GERD or reflux symptom. Gerd can effect your jaw, throat and neck areas. Any of you have reflux? Maybe a gastro doc. can help. Good luck (4 replies)

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