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HEY Nikk. don't panic brother. it's quite rare at your age to have als. however, yes ask your family doctor to send you to a neurological doctor or Als. clinic. often at the early stages the symptoms mimic other concerns. It's not als until you are diagnosed with it. good luck brother. One day at a time. ,keep us informed.

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