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Help please!
Dec 17, 2014
... Well, ALS is a rare disease and for people under 30 it is almost vanishingly rare. You are more likely to get hit by a meteor than have ALS at age 27. ... (1 replies)
... Relax....anxiety and worry make things MUCH worse. You're doing a good job of recording your symptoms. Continue to do this. Record how long each thing last. ALS symtoms don't come and go. Usually there is no numbness and tingling. ALS is loss of muscle function then the muscle itself. ... (9 replies)

... ALS symptoms do not come and go. ... (4 replies)
... My mother just received a 2nd opinion that she has als. I am not convinced as all they did was a neurological exam and emg and nerve conduction study. She has had many weird symptoms that have come and gone through many many years that leads me to think she has an autoimmunne disease. ... (6 replies)
... But i am terrified of ALS.. Everytime i have a twitch i go online and look up ALS symptoms, drives me nuts...Doctor checked calcium levels and they were fine, didnt order any more tests, since the twitches come on and off.. ... (14 replies)
Dec 10, 2003
... I have been to see a neurologist because of muscle twitchs that come and go all over but mostly in my lower legs and slight cramping in the top of my right hand and bottom of left foot. I also have what feels like a slight pulled hamstring. The Dr. ... (0 replies)
More questions
Aug 29, 2004
... Hi, There is no one way that als progresses, It can start in hands then progress to legs, or start in legs then affect speech etc etc....... ... (4 replies)
... Yes, yes and yes....I do have vibrating feelings just like a cell phone is next to you. Yes there is something call the "MS hug". ... (9 replies)
... I am 25 years old and currently 7 months pregnant with my second child. ... (0 replies)
Heavy Limbs
May 8, 2006
... Do symptoms of MD 'come and go'? ... (3 replies)
... symptoms of ALS do not come and go. as the disease progresses, it's all permanent. muscle cramps can be potassium deficiency. actually, vitamin deficiencies and mineral toxicities can mimic a lot of devastating diseases, and yet they are curable. i speak from experience on this one. ... (1 replies)
... just left hospital after spending two days...with chest tightness and mild shortness of breath. Have palpitations were in can hear in my ears. They thought heart related did cath nothing.. ... (2 replies)
... atation in one spot on arm and leg but there were no fibs detected but i dont like her thats y i sake a second opinion cause this has been goin on since august , and i also wanted to share with you exactly what i felt when all this started and then tuesday when i c my nuerologist ill let you know what he said!! ... (5 replies)
... All of my symptoms I felt were increasing so I went to see a Neurologist. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. Just to inform you about the drooling and swallowing diffeculities that come along with ALS. Those symptoms usually happen in people diganosed with the bulbar onset. Sometimes you will get those symptoms "later" in the disease if you were diagnosed with Linb onset ALS. ... (2 replies)
... Hello. I am 25 year old female. Paternal grandfather dx ALS at age 74. Died two years later. ... (3 replies)
... I am no expert on ALS or other Neuron Diseases, nor do I have one. BUT I have been down the road your'e trying to go and I'm hoping I can stop you before it gets overwhelming with jargon, expense, and fear. ... (3 replies)
... year old guy who, in February '06, was diagnosed with ALS. For me, everything started in the legs. It was your comment about leg stiffness and soreness that caught my eye. After any period of inactivity in any position my legs are crap. ... (2 replies)
... I've only just come upon your post. Oh dear I know what you're going through, I've experienced the same symptoms and the same fears. ALS and MS are very common fears of health anxiety sufferers, the reason being twitching, muscle pain,weakness etc are common symptoms of health anxiety. ... (2 replies)

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