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Old 06-13-2016, 03:04 PM #7 (permalink)
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I'm wondering if your doctor knows much about ALS?

The twitching on it's own for years means nothing if you don't have clinic weakness and atrophy happening.

The barium swallow is a test where you ingest different substances while they use video xray to observe how all the internal structures in your mouth and throat work. I'm very surprised your speech pathologist or doctor haven't ordered one for you.

I'm also wondering why your doctor hasn't started discussing the peg with you. Do you attend a clinic, or are you planning to?
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