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... I saw this post when I was searching tonight, and had to post. This is exactly how my throat/jaw have been for the past 2 months. How are you now? (4 replies)
... I also appear to have some sort of white coating / fungus on the back of my tongue, which is probably the reason for my swallowing/throat problems, but I just don't know. QUOTE] I thought that fungus might be a yeast infection. People can get it in their mouth. It sometimes comes from immune deficiency such as AIDs. It can have other causes but not likely from ALS. You... (6 replies)
... Als is a progressive disease, some people including my partner have good days, In my partners case her speech started to slur before any visual involvement could be seen. I would suggest you see a Dr or neurologist, and stress will not help. Good luck (6 replies)

... marky, what makes you think it is ALS? Any other symtoms or did you doctor say you might have it? My Uncle had it and I know his breathing was the last to go. Do you by any chance have GERD or reflux promblems? Many times reflux can be bothersome to your throat, swallowing etc. Let us know how you are doing. :wave: (6 replies)
... My friend who had ALS started with biting his tongue then once in a while his would talk as if he were drunk. ... (6 replies)
VikingLady
Jan 27, 2016
... I am female, 71, reasonably healthy for my age. My 3rd and 4th neurologists have diagnosed me with probable bulbar onset ALS. Last neurologist is a specialist in ALS diagnosis and treatment in Lexington KY. ... (0 replies)
... t have symptoms of aspiration pneumonia is so wrong I would suggest you change doctors! This shows an incredible lack of understanding of not only ALS but pulmonary medicine. Sadly, many doctors, even neurologists, do not understand the disease because it is rather rare and they've never seen it. ... (4 replies)
... His health insurance co. has no guidelines for ALS patients in terms of hospice, etc. ... (55 replies)
... I have heard of ALS progressing that fast. ... (2 replies)
New to the "club"
Oct 25, 2002
... My Mom was diagnosed with ALS in January 2001. ... (9 replies)
... all along the front of my throat is the beginning of bulbar symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... As you have probably read, all the sensory symptoms point away from ALS. ALS is about failing, not feeling. Typically it presents by suddenly not being able to perform a simple task such as turning a key. ... (10 replies)
Help plz
Mar 12, 2005
... It is extremely unusual for someone your age to have ALS, although it has happened. However, let me put you to some ease. ALS is not painful. ... (3 replies)
... Hi. I am 34 and my dad passed away this past March from bulbar onset ALS. He was 60 yrs. old. ... (2 replies)
... Overall, if this were an ALS study you would see signs of ongoing denervation and you'd see changes across more than one nerve. ... (9 replies)
... I've been evaluated by an MS and ALS neuro, 2 swallowing studies which show slight nasal regurgitation, a clean EMG and brain MRI. All blood tests for MG and everything else is negative. ... (0 replies)




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