Uper arm hotspot...constant

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Uper arm hotspot...constant

Postby TwitchyDoc on October 5th, 2011, 1:42 am

Hi,
I know its weird I am asking this after 4 and 1/4 years but never had this before. My upper arm (triceps muscle) has nearly constant fasciculations in one spot for more than day. I am starting to be nervous. Its not much felt but pretty visible. Its very fast like 3 per second goind on continously for minutes..then minute nothing..and then again.
Anyone?
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Re: Uper arm hotspot...constant

Postby fargo on October 5th, 2011, 4:42 am

Good to hear from you again.
Did you stop taking tegretol ?
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Re: Uper arm hotspot...constant

Postby TwitchyDoc on October 5th, 2011, 4:45 am

Yes, I did...It got worse a bit but not so bad. Except for that hot spot, its quite good. Tryting to avoid salty foods and spicy ones, indian food makes it really worse, contains lot of staff that affects excitability.
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Re: Uper arm hotspot...constant

Postby MissBehavin on October 5th, 2011, 6:54 am

Mt thigh muscle just started this fun little activity. Not fun, but I ignore it the best I can.
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Re: Uper arm hotspot...constant

Postby Wells05 on October 5th, 2011, 10:14 am

I abosolutely have had this. I get hot spots that last a long time! I had one below my pinky finger for 7 days, freaked me out. I have them on the top of my right foot constant for not sure how Long and I'm in a tis over it! Seeing my nuero Monday as I keep getting numb spots also. I'm an over two year twitcher. My twitching is nearly gone, still get them ect. My foot though is really upsetting me. Ashley
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