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Forearm/Ankle fasciculation

PostPosted: November 13th, 2017, 3:07 am
by Rages
Hi everybody,

I've been suffering from BFS for about 4 years now, and i was almost ok with that condition until last month. I had very few fasciculations the last two years but since last month I have lot of pains and a Roth-Bernhardt disease on my left leg (maybe related to my BFS, maybe not, I have an RMI next month to check my spine)

Since last Saturday I've a twitch at the top of my forearm, near my ankle, night & days, it never stops, like 2000 times a day. It started two days ago and it's the first time it doesn't move or stop for days.

Did you experienced that kind of "unmoving & unstopping" twitch ? For how long ? Did you find any solution to help ?

Thanks

PS : Sorry for my english I'm french !

Re: Forearm/Ankle fasciculation

PostPosted: November 19th, 2017, 9:20 pm
by misterjuanperalta
We have all experienced some variation of your symptoms. At the end of the day, real answers are found through research, testing and knowing how to get your insurance to pay for your tests. Preferring reassurance or faith over science will not reveal treatable conditions or underlying causes and simply keep you worried about THE DISEASE YOU DON'T HAVE. If you don't have insurance or lack adequate funds, then keep it simple: Eat whole foods, exercise and don't trust your fears, as they are often not based on facts. Good luck.

PS Most will object to what I just posted. But new or uncomfortable suggestions or ideas are often met with objection or rejection.

Re: Forearm/Ankle fasciculation

PostPosted: November 20th, 2017, 10:09 am
by Rages
I think my english is definitely not good enough cause I don't understand your answer :wink:

I'm not afraid of any disease, I'm just looking for a solution to control my new symptom. I've been diagnosed BFS in 2014 and I've been checked and rechecked ! I eat quite good, I do sport, I'm not stressed for now and i've good health insurance (as I said I'm french :D )

The RMI is for my Roth-Bernhardt disease and has nothing to do with all the other symptoms I have from BFS.

Thnak you anyway for your answer !