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  • Hello! I am a 22 year old male, and have been a medical mystery for about 2 years. I have hypercalcemia and hypocalcuria , and 4 very small brain lesions on the left middle side of my brain. Symptoms include fatigue, tremor in left arm, and very bad GERD.

    Yesterday when I was washing my hair, I noticed that my pinky on my right hand kept giving out when I would press it to my head. I have never experienced anything like this before, so I did a little research thinking that maybe this would finally help me get a diagnosis, and that's sort of what landed me here. After some research, I discovered that my tendon on the inside of my right forearm is very pronounced and there is a long thin crevice going all the way down my forearm. This is not the case with the other arm; in fact, there is a muscle in place of where the other arm is completely missing one. I would like to know if any of this sounds typical of als or if anyone has any advice.

    Thank you and God bless.
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