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What are the chances

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 6:16 am
by KERRI
Hi,
In know you guys are sick of my crap but, what are the chances that after a year and now 7 emgs in five sessions, I just got one of the mandible or mastoid area, and chin, and it was normal. What are the chances that I have MND. I feel like I cannot speak, and that I drool when I try to eat. I feel strange.

Has anyone had these type of bulbar symptoms before, should I consider myself okay if the emg was negative.

:oops: I'm sorry if I am being a jerk again, but I want to start having children and I cannot get this stuff out of my head.

Kerri

P.S. I twitched once yesterday and the day before, and have not had one yet this morning.

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 6:58 am
by uber
in your case im willing to bet everything i have that its Globus Hystericus...i keep telling you...you keep choosing not to listen :\

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 7:07 am
by Pole
Kerri, your chances for having MND are ZERO. You are propably the best examined person in the world so your chances are even smaller than in general population.

I am sure that you do not have ALS and I am sure that everybody here will tell you the same. More - I think that every neuro in the world would be sure that you do not have MND.

Try to forget!
Have you visited the psychiatrist??????????????


Marcin

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 7:33 am
by tlotoxl
Agreed -- zero.

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 7:44 am
by KERRI
Pole wrote:Kerri, your chances for having MND are ZERO. You are propably the best examined person in the world so your chances are even smaller than in general po*beep*tion.

I am sure that you do not have ALS and I am sure that everybody here will tell you the same. More - I think that every neuro in the world would be sure that you do not have MND.

Try to forget!
Have you visited the psychiatrist??????????????

No, I have been doing meditation, my mom is looking into some therapists, but first my doctors and my mother are sending me to a lyme specialist, I have been bitten so many times and many of my neighbors have it so, before i confess that i need psychological help I am going to pursue lyme.

Kerri


Marcin

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 8:41 am
by Dale
Kerri, earlier you posted this:

Posted: Mon Jul 14, 2003 8:57 am Post subject: Negative lyme

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I was reading the posts on brain talk and grateful has lyme disease. I was wondering if anyone here has tested for lyme, I was bitten on three occasions but my lyme is always negative, so i just assumed that I cannot have lyme, I have pins and needles, buzzing sensation and twitches. I was wondering especially if you Jenn have these symptoms with bfs.

Kerri


Now you are saying that you are trying to see a lyme specialist?? It seems that you are off the ALS kick now & have found a new problem to worry about. If, as you say, your lyme is always negative, forget about it! I think it's great that you are trying meditation, but I agree with the above posts, you really should see a therapist.

I hope you are able to get back on track & get on with living before you start a family.

Sincerely,

Dale

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 8:51 am
by KERRI
Dale wrote:Kerri, earlier you posted this:

Posted: Mon Jul 14, 2003 8:57 am Post subject: Negative lyme

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I was reading the posts on brain talk and grateful has lyme disease. I was wondering if anyone here has tested for lyme, I was bitten on three occasions but my lyme is always negative, so i just assumed that I cannot have lyme, I have pins and needles, buzzing sensation and twitches. I was wondering especially if you Jenn have these symptoms with bfs.

Kerri


Now you are saying that you are trying to see a lyme specialist?? It seems that you are off the ALS kick now & have found a new problem to worry about. If, as you say, your lyme is always negative, forget about it! I think it's great that you are trying meditation, but I agree with the above posts, you really should see a therapist.

I hope you are able to get back on track & get on with living before you start a family.

Sincerely,

Dale



Lyme is treatable so it is not a worry for me, I much rather have lyme than some of the other possibilities.

You can test negative on the standard lyme test and still have lyme.

A friend of my mothers and myself has had lyme for about 10 years they figure, she always tested negative until a spinal tap detected it.

She had twitching, buzzing, numbness and a whole load of other problems. They did not detect the lyme until several years into the disease, so she has some lasting nerve damage.

I am going to her doctor, and hopefully I will get some answers about all of this.

Kerri

PostPosted: July 24th, 2003, 10:07 am
by Pole
Kerri,

OK, visit a Lymy specialist, but try to make an appointment with psychiatrist. Soon may be too late (if it isnt now).

Believe me. I am also under psychiatrist control (and use special drugs) and now i know that without it I would have real problems (I still have them but they are easier to fight with).

regards
Marcin