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  1. JeffP
    06-23-2010 01:37 AM - permalink
    JeffP
    worriedsick have you had anemg that can rule out als ,being worried gets you know where its like a rocking chair .as for diagnoses thats what doctors are for were not doctors it doesnt seem to me to be als.i would get another opinion if your that worried stress isnt good for the human body well take care
  2. bfssc
    12-15-2009 06:59 AM - permalink
    bfssc
    I read your post regarding your pinky and ring finger being asleep or number when you wake up. I have been having muscle twitching all over my body for 5 months now, along with constant twitching in the side of my left hand, and consistently wake up in the middle of the night with my ring and pinky finers asleep / numb, sometimes in both hands and sometimes only in one. Thus far, I have seen two nueros, one that seems to think I have BFS, and another at a university hospital that is stumped. Have you had any resolution, or diagnosis?

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    Brad

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