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Twitching...
Jan 15, 2007
... I am wonder if the 'twitching' symptom of ALS is a constant twitching of one or more areas or if it is a random sporadic twitching throughout different areas of your body. ... (11 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)
... ALS symptoms do not come and go. ... (4 replies)

Checking symptoms
Nov 28, 2006
... re is atrophy in my right buttocks and quadriceps. Can't tell entirely. Some cramping in buttocks and and calf intermittently. NO problems with right foot. I had twitching in my right leg, mainly in quadriceps, but that seems to have gone away. Haven't had any twitching in about a week now. I guess I should say "major" twitching. ... (0 replies)
Twitching...
Jan 16, 2007
... This is extremely unlikely to be ALS with twitching for 6 months without presence of weakness and muscles wastage. ... (11 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)
Sound like ALS?
Aug 28, 2014
... use I was worried about MS and everything came back fine. I brought up ALS and he laughed before I could ask about it and said I don't have it but then again my symptoms weren't as bad, minor legs and arms weakness and twitching thumb. ... (8 replies)
... 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. ... (5 replies)
... and random twitches throughout my body. ... (3 replies)
... In most cases, it is quite a while. such as years. A few people seem to recover fully but most have varying symptoms that come and go for years depending on stress levels, illnesses, not enough sleep and so on. ... (10 replies)
... The twitching caused by ALS is not random. It's a response to try to recruit surrounding muscle fibers to account for ones that have lost their nerve supply. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... months without any other symptoms following panic attacks and persistant worrying about my health in August. ... (1 replies)
... months without any other symptoms following panic attacks and persistant worrying about my health in August. ... (1 replies)
... months without any other symptoms following panic attacks and persistant worrying about my health in August. ... (5 replies)
... dn't make the same kind of ankle movements. A week later, the feeling spread to my other arm, then another week later to my other leg. I also started having some twitching and doing constant muscle tests. ... (7 replies)
... Before all of these symptoms of yours began, did you by chance get any vaccines? ... (5 replies)




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