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    Proof that widespread twitching is related to ALS

    My emg wasn't exactly clean, it had 1+ fib. I understand that normally emg shows changes in multiple locations but that article is saying denervation in one location is highly suspect for ALS. That's what scares me.
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    Proof that widespread twitching is related to ALS

    Ok, I see what you mean. I was specifically talking about the last sentence in the article that says widespread twitching and denervation in one location should be highly suspect of als. Since they didn't mention weakness there I assumed they meant just denervation and twitching were the main...
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    Proof that widespread twitching is related to ALS

    1+ fib is still denervation. And I dont think it really matters how long ago the article was from. They said people with widespread twitching and denervation (fib) are HIGHLY SUSPECTED of having ALS. To me that is alarming. I have both of those things. The article did not mention clinical...
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    Proof that widespread twitching is related to ALS

    I recently came across this article and I'm freaking out now: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11464925 Everything I've read on here says that widespread twitching is not indicative of ALS, but this article states otherwise. The worst part is that I had an emg last year that the neuro...
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