1. H

    Humbly asking for experiential input

    Hello I am mid 40s yo male with a background in the medical field. I would like to ask anyone if their symptoms started like mine and any recourse I would have pending. 4 months ago my legs started be tired and heavy proximal but wide fluctuations. I am a very anxious person and als fears came...
  2. F

    Earliest ALS Defects Said to Start in Disparate Places

    Very interesting: The ALS Forum - Research News Researchers have identified some of the earliest known defects in mouse models of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, according to two papers in the January 14 Journal of Neuroscience. Signs of something amiss emerge within just a few weeks of birth...
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    Myasthenia Gravis – Natural Herbs Clinic

    What is Myasthenia Gravis? Myasthenia Gravis is not an ordinary disease it is a neuromuscular disorder which involves the muscles and nerves controlling them. This is a chronic autoimmune disorder in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the muscles and nerves that help to control their...
  4. M

    regarding the diaphragmatic pacer

    early discussion on the diaphragmatic pacer: Electrical device allows paralyzed man to breathe - BrainTalk Communities - Neurology Support Groups and why it should work: Acetylcholine neurons - the ones that contact the mucle - BrainTalk Communities - Neurology Support Groups
  5. BethU

    Oh, goody. Another MG symptom.

    Sorry ... this is going to be a long one. As I’ve reported here ad nauseum, my bulbar symptoms started with both slurred speech and blurry vision, sometimes double vision. It was the double vision among other things that led to my mis-diagnosis with myasthenia gravis before I was diagnosed with...
  6. M

    EMG conduction block and acetylcholine antibodies

    Wondering if anyone had a conduction block on their EMG and if they tested positive for antibodies against acetylchline? {MG has been ruled out}. Thanks. Mike [email protected]