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Pain with ALS?
Aug 2, 2003
... Can someone with experience share with me what the pain is like with ALS? ... (2 replies)
... post my right leg has got worse and feels real weird and its not weak but feels like I am standing on a nerve. When I sit my foot makes me move it not because of pain but like its all sensitive and I am on a nerve. I am also getting a lot of twitches in my right leg. ... (5 replies)
... thanks a lot for this. i wish i had had the courage to read this post when i was having some major issues with twitching a week or two ago. i had practically convinced myself i had ALS. the anxiety probably just made my twitching worse. ... (10 replies)

... Another thing I forgot to tell you is that my neurologist told me that with ALS, fasciculations are the last thing that usually happens with the disease...that the muscles get weak first and the fasiculations happen FROM the muscles deteriorating after a while. ... (10 replies)
... Ok Lumbar MRI came back and as many of u thought it was pretty much a disaster. Every disk had some degree of nerve impingement. ... (20 replies)
... I am not a specialist but i obsess over ALS with my health too...What you are talking about seems to be either Anxiety related or BFS which anxiety comes along with BFS.. ... (2 replies)
... we went to move his canoe from the yard and he couldn't pick it up. I think he had the fatigue before we noticed the weakness. By mid 96, he was having problems with balance andwould fall flat on his face as he didnt have the strenght to catch hinself. ... (13 replies)
ALS? Very Scared
Jul 3, 2015
... The original upper body symptoms definitely sound like a pinched nerve especially with the loss of range of motion in the neck. The problem with conventional MRIs is that they only show your spine in perfect alignment. ... (5 replies)
Could This Be ALS?
Feb 24, 2005
... Have similar symptoms that are progressive. It all began with a black widow bite 2 years ago. I have severe joint pain, nerve pain, electrical shocks, and constant fasciculations. No muscle weakness. All MRIs, etc, like yourself, have come back normal. At a loss of where to go next. ... (9 replies)
Please help
Nov 27, 2008
... My husband did have pain midway through the disease. He had major charlie horse cramps and pain. The pain was not from being in bed bc I did get him up about 10 to 15 times a day. There was days that I got him up 20 times. ... (26 replies)
Fear of ALS
Dec 4, 2017
... non drinker, non smoker. I keep a good diet and have no family history of neurological disorders but I was diagnosed in 2010 with chronic pelvic pain syndrome. ... (1 replies)
Feb 25, 2010
... Do you know any thing about ALS and a positive Babinski. ... (7 replies)
Please help
Sep 16, 2008
... My mom did not have any pain at all with her ALS, in fact , when she went to see the specialist, he told her that pain is usually not part of ALS, although some people with the disease have said that they have some pain as muscles begin to atrophy. ... (26 replies)
... The only thing that even vaguely evokes thoughts of ALS in your story is the gait disturbance. In ALS, however, the disturbance is due to muscle weakness that your neurologist would have easily found. ... (2 replies)
... of it. Supposedly, many men before them did as well.....but, the years in history before the time my grandfather was alive, they weren't really able to diagnose ALS yet. ... (5 replies)
... I have ALS living with ALS for ten years now. ... (6 replies)
... I just came on this site by accident but was glad I did when I saw your terrified note posted here. I was glad to know that I am not alone with this. ... (4 replies)
... Before I begin, I want to let everyone out there who is dealing with ALS that you are in my thoughts and prayers. ... (4 replies)
... Some people with ALS experience these things but not in higher concentrations than the general population. The reason is that ALS kills motor neurons in the brain and upper spinal tract. This means they are not available to send signals to the muscles. ... (2 replies)
... neural foramen appears severely narrowed. Suggest correlation with symptoms and clinical findings. Central canal only shows mild narrowing. ... (5 replies)

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