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Hello All

By way of introduction, I am new to this and have several symptoms that have warranted referral to a neurologist.

I live in the UK, am 25, and have no family history of ALS. My symptoms are as follows:

1. Loss of ability to move big toe upwards (right foot);
2. General weakness of right leg and ankle; and
3. Twitching on both legs.

Anyone out there with something similar?

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Seeing a neurologist is the right move. I don't think we're going to be able to prognosticate beyond that.

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