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    A first time poster who does not have fasciculations but now clinical weakness

    Thank you for your kindness. That first reply echoed by another poster HELPED. I'm no longer thinking of ALS. And won't pursue the evaluation. About the radiculopathy, I was being pessimistic about getting a simple answer at the next neuro appointment. Radiologists do misread MRIs, with...
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    A first time poster who does not have fasciculations but now clinical weakness

    Thank you, Laurie, for reading and for your reply. Like you, I’m not concerned about the “foot drop.” I had noticed my right foot catching months ago but its improved. The second neurologist hypothesized 3 scenarios: (1) now-resolved knee pain leading to a sensory nerve response resulting...
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    A first time poster who does not have fasciculations but now clinical weakness

    Hello community, Thank you for your kindness in reaching out to help. Believe me, it’s very much appreciated. In contrast to an episode of fasciculations about 20 years ago that eventually disappeared (with a normal EMG + NCS), this time I have NO fasciculations - that I can see or feel...
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