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... ia gravis, certain muscular dystrophies, myopathies such as CIDP, Kennedy's disease and adult spinal muscular atrophy. This is why I think its important to see a neuromuscular specialist as they have experience in evaluating these types of conditions. ... (10 replies)
... At this point I see my neurologist in June. I have seen four neurologists. One of them was a neuromuscular specialist. The symptoms started 19 months ago. The first two said no diagnosis. The third said neuromuscular in nature, possibly ALS. ... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry you are still having trouble and are unable to get answers. Have you seen a neuromuscular specialist neurologist yet? ... (10 replies)

... you've said and what I've posted above, it appears that your EMG is not indicative of ALS. The irritation you mention could be an abnormal finding and going to a neuromuscular specialist will allow that possibility to be investigated appropriately. ... (5 replies)
... I don't have an answer to your specific question, but it sounds like you have been through a lot with that many tests. Are you seeing a neuromuscular specialist? ... (18 replies)
ALS symptoms?
Sep 23, 2003
... cts the voluntary motor nerves, not the sense of touch. With all the stress you've been under, you may be suffering from anxiety too. I would suggest you see a neuromuscular specialist. ... (3 replies)
... In April 2015 i had burning feeling in my legs as well as fasciculations. Over the next 6 months I saw several neurologists and finally a neuromuscular specialist. After countless tests including a clean EMG they diagnosed w idiopathic neuropathy. ... (0 replies)
... other doctor and the results showed many fasciculations. I never got a copy of the report. It was a doctor I went to on a whim. I scheduled an appointment with a neuromuscular specialist and she did a thorough clinical and declined to have another EMG performed. Said not ALS, but recommended lumbar puncture. I never had it done. ... (18 replies)
22 year old ALS?
Jun 9, 2016
... I have had all the mri's for MS and the EMG. I have seen three neurologists including a neuromuscular specialist. I spent a ton of time and money and what did I learn, NOTHING. I have found out that sometimes there are no answers with these things. ... (9 replies)
... Still not ALS. EMG clean by neuromuscular specialist. I think you are in the clear. ... (40 replies)
... I'm also cramp in my hands and arms to.. (40 replies)
... I had a emg a couple months ago on my left calf and thigh done by a neuromuscular specialist and said it was clean he didn't give any more details other than it was clean. ... (40 replies)
... I had first appointment w a neuromuscular specialist at Houston Methodist in the medical center. She wanted to hear the entire story again from beginning symptoms until now. ... (122 replies)
Scared of ALS
Oct 29, 2015
... currently on a major Vitamin D intake which is the only thing left that my neuro thinks could be doing this to me since mine was so low. My third neuro who is a neuromuscular specialist is amazing and he gave me all the tests again and told me I was fine besides the Vitamin D. ... (3 replies)
... I haven't seen a neuromuscular specialist yet, I didn't even know there was such a thing. ... (10 replies)
... My husband saw the neuromuscular specialist and had his emg plus some other test on his muscles. The doctor is very confident that it is NOT als. ... (9 replies)
Variant of ALS
Oct 5, 2003
... I think you are seeing one the leading specialists in the country. You see I live in Houston and am currently seeing a neuromuscular specialist that trained with Dr. Appel at his clinic, so I have lots of faith in him. ... (3 replies)
Could this be ALS?
Sep 18, 2003
... ncv with a neuromuscular specialist that trained in an ALS clinic for 3 years. He's sees many twitchers that don't have an MND. I've met people in our age group.. ... (13 replies)
... ALS specialist. That's how we were diagnosed with CIDP. He is taking IVIg infusion treatments. They don't seem to help much but we are continuing with what our specialist has in store next. CIDP is not cureable, but it is treatable whereas ALS is not. ... (2 replies)
... What is your age and is there a history of neuromuscular diseases in your family history? ... (3 replies)




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