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... I had ask my neurologist this question yesterday.As I suffer from severe muscle spasms in my legs.I have had no trauma to them,but have had 2 lumbar surgeries 7 years ago.18 months ago the muscle spasms started. ... (8 replies)
... i hurt my self in the gym doing military shoulder press. Its been a month now and my muscle spasms in back and arms seem to be getting worse. ... (8 replies)
... t quite menopausal! I have high blood pressure and have been dealing with it for over ten years now. Thyroid stopped working normally about fifteen years ago due to a virus of some sort. I am overweight, always have been. I have never been overly active, but that has slowed even more in the last eight to ten years. ... (3 replies)

... Some can last for a few minutes and others for hours. If you have had it for more than a day, it would be a good idea to have it check out. Also do you do something to cause it or did it just happen all of a sudden? ... (1 replies)
... I also have neck spasms. They are horrible. I was told to use ice packs not heat. Also had nerve conduction tests that show nerve damage in arms and legs. I have never had massages. I do not want to live on pain meds. ... (8 replies)
... nd even the lumbar.Lumbar lesions are unusual but cases have been known.Theres the evoked potentals that can detect lesions not detected on MRI's.Lumbar puncture to rule out other diseases. ... (9 replies)
Jan 19, 2009
... If I clench my eyelids shut, they want to stay shut for up to a minute. I can open them, but when I do, the right one spasms so badly that I might as well just close it until it passes. ... (32 replies)

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