Twitching for three years, would be bfs?

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Twitching for three years, would be bfs?

Postby Suric on September 25th, 2013, 5:34 pm

Hello to all. First I have to say that my English is bad, I hope you'll forgive me for that.

Well, I have 25 years old, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and since November 2010 I feel twitchs throughout the body. I got to go to a neurologist but did not perform the examination for reasons I have forgotten.
Time passed and I became more relaxed after reading some reports on the net with symptoms like mine.

I would like to ask if after 3 years having these symptoms (twitchs throughout the body) without weakness or atrophy would sign als. Returned to worry these days.

Thank you all, and sorry if I have put this post in the wrong place!
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Re: Twitching for three years, would be bfs?

Postby MarioMangler on September 25th, 2013, 9:27 pm

There is really nothing else it could be. By definition it has to be 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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