A couple more notes...BFS progression. I have yet to find one neurologist say they have seen BFS progress to ***. Not one. There are some very rare case studies of people who twitched shortly before disease progression. But, keep in mind these cases are few, and you are talking about a super rare presentation of a rare disease. What are we talking about here like 1 in 1,000,000? I have heard of BFS progressing to something called neuromyotonia...which is a more severe form of peripheral nerve hyperexcitability. But, this is also extremely rare...and it's not ***. Most people live long happy lives with that disorder.
Also, if I were to do curls with dumbells I can guarantee I can lift more with my right arm. Is that weakness of the left? The body has natural asymmetries in strength, motion, size of limbs, dimples, dents etc. It's just now we are drawing attention to them and attaching meaning...of course bad meaning because that is what good HA'rs do. Guys you can't trust your skewed observations. A neurologist knows what to look for...you don't. You have zero idea of what is significant and what isn't significant. Why would you trust your anxiety filled observations over a trained neurologist who spent 12 years in training?