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... y right shoulder. I decided to google the symptoms and ended up in the worst panic of my life. I thought at first it could be MS and I then learned of ALS and my twitches exploded all over. I went to a neurologist in March who did not want to do the EMG and she said it was something called benign fasciculation syndrome. ... (2 replies)
... Hello. I have read many threads from individuals with either benign facilitations or muscle twitches and have not once seen where some where was cured or diagnoised. ... (10 replies)
... to.... I have been told it is harmless and ANXIETY or DEPRESSION can absolutely cause them. You suffer from depression and the anxieties youre having about these twitches are probably making them persist. ... (4 replies)

... Hey guys! Here to give relief! You probably have, but if not, first read up on benign fasciculation sydrome. I certainly have it. I've been twitching over my entire body for a year now. ... (3 replies)
... For some time now, I've been experiencing these "twitches" on my body. I usually have many of them going on all over me -- though they are most frequent in my legs. There is no pain involved, but they are extremely annoying, especially when I'm trying go to sleep. (I've also been getting cramps, especially at night, mostly in my legs.) From what I've come across on the... (4 replies)
... I also have twitches in other parts of my body. I thought I had a bad disease until I had a EMG test done. This rules out most of the bad ones. ... (2 replies)
... Anyway, I'm not convinced I have MS or ALS. There's no pain or severe cramping or anything, just muscle twitches I can see through the skin if I happen to look. Is this Benign Fasciculation Syndrome? ... (2 replies)
... As long as there is no other symptoms, it's probably benign. I have had twitches in my legs and other parts for 5 years. The next time you go to the doctor. bring it up again. ... (4 replies)
... As yourself, I suspect to have BFS. Twitches started in my right triceps, to be then noticed within a week in all my body, no exception. Some cramps, but rarely. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you for your advice, I have had no other symptoms with the muscle twitches in my calves or feet and have had no weakness. Someone told me it was "jumping calves" and that it was common. ... (4 replies)
... Rick Do you know what causes them and why people get them? My Dr. never heard of Bfs when I mentioned it to her? Jules (6 replies)
... Benign fasciculation syndrome. Not serious, just annoying. (6 replies)
... Hey- I have had BFS since January 2004. It was the worst in February nad March. I had a REALLY bad viral infection of some sort that I was fighting in December and this started in my calves in January. Then it spread. I tried everything to get rid of it and FINALLY found something that has reduced the twitches bt at least 95%- it is a completely natural pill called... (2 replies)
... Barre, nothing major that I thought it might be. So, if anyone else has any suggestions, please let me know. Nurse practitioner had never seen a case where the twitches were benign. However, all of my reading on the internet showed there was such a thing as Benign Fasciculation Syndrome. It is just annoying! Any suggestions? ... (2 replies)
... I've been twitching for 4 years now. I was 37 when I began having symptoms. It began with isolated twitches in my left hand, upper arm and chest, and spread throughout my body within a month. I have constant twitches in my feet and calves. ... (6 replies)
... I have twitches or tremors or fasciculations or all of the above! I swear I do! I see them, I feel them and my friends and family see them as well. This is real. ... (1 replies)
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Feb 12, 2004
... I went through the same process as you earlier this year, twitch twitch twitch allll over. It is benign fasciculation sydrome, nothing more UNLESS you experience OBJECTIVE weakness. Then there might be cause for concern. No weakness, no worries. ... (9 replies)
... i'm having the same problem can anyone tell me what are the causes of has me in fear because i have very high cholesterol. (2 replies)
... Muscle twitches are minor and often go unnoticed. Some are common and normal, while others indicate a neurologic disorder. ... (2 replies)
... Or could the twitches be coming from a voluntary muscle in that same area? ... (2 replies)

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