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  1. GilWest
    07-02-2015 10:32 PM - permalink
    Also, we went for an immediate EMG after moms second appt. We were sent directly to EMG, that's how obviously wrong things were with her.
  2. GilWest
    07-02-2015 10:29 PM - permalink
    No. She slurred her words for a few months. The symptons you are describing are not what I see as ALS. I would think a pinched nerve. ALS does not tingle.
  3. vHDude78
    07-02-2015 09:51 PM - permalink
    Thanks Gil! I haven't had my EMG yet. It's in a month...and I'm not looking forward to the wait. Did she see her doctor immediately after onset of symptoms?
  4. vHDude78
    07-01-2015 12:56 PM - permalink
    Hi Gil,

    I did accidentally post in the wrong one...woops. But after two normal exams do you believe I'm clear? I've been experiencing these symptoms for a few months now. Cramps are intetmittent..balance is a little off..always have like a..buzzy feeling in my legs..especially my right leg. Like an analog tv with snow. Any advice is appreciated.
  5. skipper66
    08-19-2014 03:54 PM - permalink
    I am sorry to hear about your mom having pneumonia and the issues you are having with her care. You and your mom are in my prayers. Kim
  6. dalvin
    05-16-2014 04:34 PM - permalink
    Gil, just wondering, what part of WV are you in, I'm from the Milton area and will be moving back this fall

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