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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #15 on: June 13, 2014, 04:20:27 PM »
Mine was definitely triggered by constantly feeling off balance and dizzy. Then once I started to experience frequent and bad headaches I was convinced that I had a neurological disease. Every time I get a new symptoms whether it be twitches, numbness or a stiff neck I immediately think something is wrong with my brain.

it moved to my left foot. i can't tell if regular inflammation or tiny mini cramps that come and go fast
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #16 on: June 13, 2014, 04:31:53 PM »
Mexican, do these cramps randomly come or are they self induced? Meaning do you flex a muscle until you get them or are they just there?
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #17 on: June 13, 2014, 04:41:08 PM »
Nolan, let me save you the effort.

Nothing he can say, or anyone else can say, will be adequately reassuring simply due to the innumerable amount of ways *** can begin (note that these non-clinical-picture presentations are rare; they are nevertheless existent).

You don't have it, Nolan. You f**king twitch and sometimes cramp. These things are pretty normal. I wish that was all I was going through (still, I'm probably fine, too).

Stop using people as your guinea-pig. You do not have it. Seriously. You don't.

You think you spent a lot of time on ***forums. I practically lived there for like a week. I've read the '6% study'. I've read the 'Walt study'. I've read literally every well-publicized documented case of exceptional-circumstances.

YOU, NOLAN. DO NOT HAVE IT. NO ONE EVER DIDN'T HAVE A DISEASE AS HARD AS YOU DON'T, NOLAN.

I'm running short of things to say to you to convince you of your absolute absence of a disease.
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #18 on: June 13, 2014, 05:12:42 PM »
nom you should read my posts haha do you think i have it!
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #19 on: June 13, 2014, 05:14:41 PM »
Mexican, do these cramps randomly come or are they self induced? Meaning do you flex a muscle until you get them or are they just there?

sometimes randomly during exercise. its been a while though. I do get random pain in the shin muscle calf area sometimes though.
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #20 on: June 13, 2014, 05:15:50 PM »
Nolan, let me save you the effort.

Nothing he can say, or anyone else can say, will be adequately reassuring simply due to the innumerable amount of ways *** can begin (note that these non-clinical-picture presentations are rare; they are nevertheless existent).

You don't have it, Nolan. You f**king twitch and sometimes cramp. These things are pretty normal. I wish that was all I was going through (still, I'm probably fine, too).

Stop using people as your guinea-pig. You do not have it. Seriously. You don't.

You think you spent a lot of time on ***forums. I practically lived there for like a week. I've read the '6% study'. I've read the 'Walt study'. I've read literally every well-publicized documented case of exceptional-circumstances.

YOU, NOLAN. DO NOT HAVE IT. NO ONE EVER DIDN'T HAVE A DISEASE AS HARD AS YOU DON'T, NOLAN.

I'm running short of things to say to you to convince you of your absolute absence of a disease.

who is nolan?
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #21 on: June 13, 2014, 07:04:49 PM »
I had two neuro scares:  the first began 17 years ago when I noticed massive fasciculations (all over, but mostly on the bottom of my feet), urinary retention, difficulty with orgasm reflex, severe fatigue and was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, acute Epstein Barr Virus infection and BFS.  I would notice that my lips quivered when trying to apply lip-liner, and my arms trembled when I was trying to blow-dry my hair.  The second scare began about 3-4 weeks ago when I noticed that my left arm felt slightly heavier than usual, and I;m getting occasional weird feelings and aching in my left bicep.  Finger coordination is fine, but (being an HA sufferer) I am certain that it's the beginning of MND and I ride the rollercoaster of being okay, and absolutely freaking out.  If I could walk into a neuro's office tomorrow and hand him $500 to just "do the damn EMG and get it over with" I would, but things don't work that way with HMO's, and I just cannot deal with the red-tape in addition to the stress of asking for tests. 
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #22 on: June 13, 2014, 07:59:04 PM »
Wait till I prove you all wrong. Damn sinus problems and voice is different...
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #23 on: June 13, 2014, 09:01:38 PM »
what do you think is the problem with you nk904?
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #24 on: June 13, 2014, 09:03:22 PM »
Yeah and what does sinus have to do with it?   
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Actual diagnosis : chronic sinusitis.
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #25 on: June 13, 2014, 09:37:43 PM »
Sinus probably nothing. The back aching all day and the nonstop calf twitching/twitching in other areas such as my mouth and hands is bad.  I know I have it. Self induced feet/big toe cramps  and calf cramps.
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #26 on: June 13, 2014, 09:56:15 PM »
Hmmm. Ok. But no one can self diagnose. You need an expert.
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"The only illness that we can't accept is hypochondria."

"Never Google, everyone will catch an invisible tumor!"

"Anxiety is not a doctor. Neither is the internet."

Actual diagnosis : chronic sinusitis.
Google diagnosis : brain cancer.

Symptoms : dizzy head feeling.

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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #27 on: June 14, 2014, 07:13:42 AM »
Random and sporadic twitches that seemed at an increased intensity and duration than what I had previously experienced.  Also tense and still shoulder
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Re: Neurological diseases scare
« Reply #28 on: June 14, 2014, 05:35:15 PM »
I had two neuro scares:  the first began 17 years ago when I noticed massive fasciculations (all over, but mostly on the bottom of my feet), urinary retention, difficulty with orgasm reflex, severe fatigue and was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, acute Epstein Barr Virus infection and BFS.  I would notice that my lips quivered when trying to apply lip-liner, and my arms trembled when I was trying to blow-dry my hair.  The second scare began about 3-4 weeks ago when I noticed that my left arm felt slightly heavier than usual, and I;m getting occasional weird feelings and aching in my left bicep.  Finger coordination is fine, but (being an HA sufferer) I am certain that it's the beginning of MND and I ride the rollercoaster of being okay, and absolutely freaking out.  If I could walk into a neuro's office tomorrow and hand him $500 to just "do the damn EMG and get it over with" I would, but things don't work that way with HMO's, and I just cannot deal with the red-tape in addition to the stress of asking for tests.


I just got paid and I am trying so hard not to get a neuro exam.
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