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Old 02-21-2018, 07:47 PM #14 (permalink)
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Default Re: Another "Bulbar ALS?" Thread

No, no ALS. Be grateful and pursue other causes. Sounds like a thorough exam and a responsive doc. Just FYI, my husband was bulbar onset but they did NOT do an EMG in the bulbar region. His back and arms were free of symptoms and yet the EMG picked up on issues before he had any noticyprpblems in the areas. With regard to ALS, you are out of the woods!
Best of luck,
Tracy
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