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... 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. it is gradually subsiding and has become easier to manage. (10 replies)
... omes aches, pains, stiffness, tingling, numbness , tremors, visible and non visible shakes, pins and needles, body jolts, fatigue and an ever changing variety of twitches that go from little tiny one's that you can see but not feel, to great big thumpers that can move a whole limb. Other symptoms can be cramping and pain. ... (10 replies)
... and random twitches throughout my body. ... (3 replies)

... Let me know what you find out! I get stabbing and hot poker type burning pains, typically random fingers, toes etc.. ... (9 replies)
Twitching...
Jan 16, 2007
... ve also been told by my doctor and read on other forums that random twitches are not typical for ALS. ... (11 replies)
... Medications can give you benign muscle fasiculations. I had muscle twitches for a year. I was freaked out. I went the neuroligist. She ran 3 tests. They were all negative. ... (3 replies)
Twitching...
Jun 29, 2007
... fe, which is brought on by any number of things. The twitching associated with ALS comes very late in the disease, after the weakness has already set in. These twitches are also very, very light twitches beneath the skin, and NOT the random twitching, muscle jumping we all experience. ... (11 replies)
... Cramer - you need to relax. You mentioned your age and life is just beginning for you. I have PLS - and has disabled me within the last 4 years. I'm always positive and I feel wonderful. It's all about how you handle things. I suggest that you find a different doctor and get a second option. If a new doctor tells you that you don't have ALS - then get on with life and... (5 replies)
... This is not a medical statement and I am not calling you a hypochondriac because that definition fits people who enjoy poor health not those who are afraid of it, but Sometimes when we are worried about a situation that we feel we can not face, we will develop physical symptoms that will actually occur in places that describe what is going on. For instance, if a man feels he... (5 replies)
... You know from reading your post you sound like me to a tee. Except for my percieved weakness is in my leg. It comes and goes and I go around sprinting up the stairs and walking on my toes and heels. I even have my wife hold my leg down and lift it just to prove I can do it! I had an EMG and it came out clean as well as the test. I am 34. For what it is worth here is what... (5 replies)
... e then and has helped my anxiety some but I just cannot seem to get the thought of having a terrible disease out of my head. With that siad, I really do feel the twitches at times and I really do feel the weakness but I am so torn as to whether or not its serious. ... (1 replies)
... e then and has helped my anxiety some but I just cannot seem to get the thought of having a terrible disease out of my head. With that siad, I really do feel the twitches at times and I really do feel the weakness but I am so torn as to whether or not its serious. ... (1 replies)
... e then and has helped my anxiety some but I just cannot seem to get the thought of having a terrible disease out of my head. With that siad, I really do feel the twitches at times and I really do feel the weakness but I am so torn as to whether or not its serious. ... (5 replies)
... and sometimes my abdomen twitches too or I get crampa or my legs jerks or my whole body (8 replies)
At 18?
Jan 24, 2013
... I've also been noticing short twitches in random places, face, chest, leg, etc. I'm really scared now... ... (0 replies)
... I have MS. I have random muscle twitches, different parts of the body, fatigue and weakness. This sounds like more of a possibility. ... (6 replies)




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