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... but not vice versa. I will ask for some specific tests like what you mentioned. I just wish that someone could figure this out. Has anyone been diagnosed with ALS on this website that had symptoms that seem to come and go or symptoms that have lasted for 5 years with no major loss of muscle strength? ... (6 replies)
... Chances are really good that you don't have ALS. There are plenty of things that could be wrong but ALS can only be diagnosed with a spinal tap. ... (6 replies)
... d think that als is not your problem i think you should see a neurologist really soon as far as the vibrating in your legs sounds like a sensory problem which in als you can not have sensory problems with it. ... (6 replies)

... g in body, couldn't sleep for myclonic jerks, rapid heart beat, you name it. Then it went away. 2 years later, twitches came back, this time left leg felt weak and heavy but it wasn't as bad as the first episode. ... (6 replies)
... emely weak. It is also the place that I am having most of the twitches. I appreciate anyone that can offer any advice. Did anyone that has been diagnosed with ALS have similar symptoms? ... (6 replies)
... Signals for motor movement diminish. Symptoms are initially similar to MS. With ALS your muscles atrophy. The body begins to shut down piece by piece. Get yourself diagnosed so you can stop imagining the worst. ... (6 replies)
... If you think this is a possibility and would like a doctor recommendation, let me know. ... (6 replies)
... als does not come and go it gradually intencifies. beside that, every case of als i have known to be properly tested was infact lyme disease! ... (1 replies)
... ALS clinic at UCH, but it doesn't appear that he is an ALS expert per se. I think it is very wise to seek a second opinion from a top notch ALS expert. Houston Methodist has Stanley Appel who is nationally recognized as is Eva Feldman at Michigan and a few folks at the various Mayo clinics as well. ... (2 replies)
... What does BFS stand for? ... (14 replies)
... Muscle twitching does not come and go with ALS. It is constant. ... (2 replies)
... Remember ALS does not come and go, even at rest. You're muscle twitching doesn't sound like ALS related muscle twitching. My moms twitching looked like little creepy crawlies under her skin AND she could NOT feel them. ... (6 replies)
... My partner also gets twitching now and then all over his body at different times, he does not have als he is completely healthy. ... (10 replies)
... Continue to go to a doctor until you are comfortable with the answers. You know yourself better than anyone. ... (2 replies)
... on legs, arms and chest. ... (1 replies)
... Weakness does usually occur before waisting of any muscle. ... (13 replies)
Is this ALS/MND?
Jun 21, 2012
... September last year I suddenly got joint pain in my knee when bending down. This soon calmed down and although it was still there very mildly sometimes it wasn't effecting me. ... (1 replies)
... A few nights ago my left thumb started twitching and moving on it's own, originating at the joint where the thumb joins the hand. ... (10 replies)
... both at rest and when using the muscle. ... (0 replies)
... trachea seperation and a permanent tracheostomy due to chronic aspiration. At that time though my tongue, though weak and wasting, didn't move on it's own in any fashion. About three weeks ago I noticed my tongue began to move back and forth in a subtle manner. ... (0 replies)

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