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... Just curious how fast cramping or spasms take place in ALS. ... (20 replies)
... ng this it seemed that I started noticing other little twitches, in the legs, bottom, never the feet or hands. Today and yesterday I noticed I REALLY notice the spasms or twitching when I bend over. Its always on the left side same spot. Just curious as if to ALS would first present with spasms in this area? ... (1 replies)
... Low magnesium levels will cause your calf muscles to spasm in a cramp otherwise known as a "Charlie Horse". Low sodium can cause you to have nausea and stomach crampings. ... (1 replies)

New to board
Oct 9, 2003
... s for quite sometime but always shrugged them off,weakness in my right forearm, leg spasms which I thought were caused by standing too long,when I started having stomach spasms, I thought I had some kind of hernia, but the doc didn't find anything so I ignored it. ... (0 replies)
New to board
Oct 9, 2003
... s for quite sometime but always shrugged them off,weakness in my right forearm, leg spasms which I thought were caused by standing too long,when I started having stomach spasms, I thought I had some kind of hernia, but the doc didn't find anything so I ignored it. ... (0 replies)
New to board
Oct 9, 2003
... s for quite sometime but always shrugged them off,weakness in my right forearm, leg spasms which I thought were caused by standing too long,when I started having stomach spasms, I thought I had some kind of hernia, but the doc didn't find anything so I ignored it. ... (10 replies)
Als?
Apr 29, 2007
... I am a 42 year old female in need of inofmation. I have within the last year begin to have major muscle spasms "charlie horses" and muscle twitches. They do not occur daily but when they do occur they will last any where from a couple days to a week or longer. ... (1 replies)
Could it be?
Dec 29, 2006
... or stomach cramp up. He recently went back to his Dr. due to his legs jerking while asleep. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for taking the time to read my post. Im very scared and alone. I would love to get your opinions on this. I make it in chronological order. Late March: - Pain in ankles on waking ( overlooked, I am overweight) - Off and on vertigo - Smell strange odors, others couldn't smell Early April: - Weird sensation in both legs - Tingling, kind of numb like... (9 replies)
... I dont know if this might be related but before a started experiencing the tremors and muscle spasms, I was very sick. I had the stomach flu and excruciating adominal pain. Also my back was killing me. ... (9 replies)
... I do have fasiculation more in calfs but can feel in arms shoulders aswell Start to battle with swallow problems now and then but not a problem when eat or drink Lot of atrophy: Hands arms shoulders and legs weaknes start to feel that when walking my left foot must consentrate to try snd walk notmal my shint start burnning when I walk Dr also tested strength and did... (122 replies)
... I think maybe a little atrophy on my left calf. Hard to tell as always had varicose veins. Seems like it though. My ankles are so tight. Don't feel weakness, certainly no clinical yet. No swallowing or speech problems. Cramps and fasciculations constant. My hands, arms shoulders, stomach, neck and feet feel so tight and get muscle spasms. How many of these... (122 replies)
Als or not
Jul 26, 2013
... cond neurologist, I can't get a hold of my current one, he never answers my calls, I now have fasciculations in my tongue, I have had rapid firing in my legs and stomach for some time, it all started with left leg weakness march 2011, but extreme fatigue started a few months prior.... ... (0 replies)
... For ALS, most people experience prgressive severe symptoms that DO NOT let up, nor do they disappear. The ALS association also states that most spasms happen in the affected area that the disease begins, the most common arms, then legs, and rarely the tounge can be affected first. ... (3 replies)




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