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fasciculation continues

Postby samuelmansano on August 14th, 2014, 6:56 am

Hello guys, i back to forum desperate, everything was going well in my life until yesterday, my fasciculations were becoming less frequent and all was well, when my right knee decided to start having twitching nonstop, I'm getting desperate, it never happened, my fasciculations always were spread throughout the body, happened one on my right arm, it only happen a single again in another day or not happen.

In the end I would like to thank the attention and ask the opnion of you, if I see a doctor? it is normal in bfs? Thank you!
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Re: fasciculation continues

Postby MarioMangler on August 14th, 2014, 12:36 pm

If you have bfs, you are going to twitch. Often in places you never expected you would twitch. Sometimes it is good, sometimes it is bad, but it is always going to be the same thing, just to different degrees.

Of course this is normal in BFS.
BFS FAQ:
1. No, that's not bulbar
2. No, the location doesn't matter
3. Yes, we have all had that symptom
4. No, you're not the exception
5. No, that's not ominous
6. No, you don't need an EMG
7. Yes, you will be fine
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Re: fasciculation continues

Postby samuelmansano on August 14th, 2014, 9:40 pm

Thanks Mario! now the twitches stopped :D is that sometimes bfs drives me crazy
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Re: fasciculation continues

Postby MarioMangler on August 14th, 2014, 10:08 pm

The only secret when it comes to BFS is to expect the unexpected. And to never freak out when something new pops up. It is an always changing condition.
BFS FAQ:
1. No, that's not bulbar
2. No, the location doesn't matter
3. Yes, we have all had that symptom
4. No, you're not the exception
5. No, that's not ominous
6. No, you don't need an EMG
7. Yes, you will be fine
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Re: fasciculation continues

Postby Hi123 on August 15th, 2014, 9:23 pm

I have a smilar issue currently. 7 Months in now. Right knee gets constant internal viberation like feel especially when i touch against bed or couch.
Not sure what to make of it.. Clean EMG and MRI..2 clean neuro visits. hoping it will wax and wane away.
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