neurology

  1. C

    Advice appreciated

    Hello, I have just found this forum and I am hoping for some advice based on all the experience out there. Apologies for the lengthy post.... My husband, who is 45, fit and well and, by the way not a worrier about health issues, has had mild swallowing problems for just about a year and which...
  2. J

    Neurologist - 1 says als and 1 says no way

    Most confusing In Nov I started missing my mouth when I ate, then couldn't lift milk carton and by Dec I could not reach garage opener- had to move it to left side- Fam Dr says its a frozen shoulder and that we should get an MRI of my head and emg on right arm. Scan shows nothing, emg showed...
  3. M

    Unexplained silence regarding possible ALS risk factors & prevention

    A big hello to everyone on this forum, :smile: I'll keep this post as simple as I possibly can. I personally do not know anyone who suffers from ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), and I don't suffer from it either. What got me interested about ALS is very simple. I heard about it, and started...
  4. R

    Neurologist can go to hell

    I told my story here before, about my twitching and a huge number of symptoms that i had and i have. One of the worst symptoms is the brutal horrible pain in my TONGUE for more than 1 year. Today i thought that is time to end this pain and go to visit a neurologist. The first think they ask me...
  5. H

    Hoping for a cure

    IT started out as a drop foot(Ididn't realize I had).I was limping alittle and then falling alot.I fell in august 2010 fracture my right ankle and then I thought it didn't heal right.I was having trouble walking and the Dr said my ankle healed fine and that I should go see a neurology.I went to...
  6. J

    Question about early symptoms.

    I've read some reputable online literature about ALS and most of this section of the ALS forum and still can't find a definitive answer to my concern. I'm hoping you'll take a moment to set me straight or point me to a good resource. I've had an intermittent twitch under my left eye since March...
  7. V

    Dad has ALS. So many questions.

    My Dad was diagnosed with ALS in July. Looking back, he had been saying to us for several months that it was hard to project his voice. I didn't really notice anything though, I suspect his voice gradually weakened over several months before. He complained that it was hard to raise his arms...
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