- Jun 4, 2021
- Learn about ALS
Recently started having issues with swallowing. Not that I can't swallow but certain foods that are dry seem to give extra residue that gets stuck in my mouth. Just assumed it was dry mouth issues. Now have weakness in arms and legs. Not sure if its clinical weakness or perceived but my doc wanted me to get an Ent and Neuro check which I am in the process of doing. Honestly ALS never crossed my mind until I typed swalling issues and limb weakness into Google. Did some reading and read about fasiculations. Are these like a Hallmark where if you have ALs you get pretty much non stop fasiculations? I mean I am sure everyone gets twitches in various parts of the body at some point but if your not getting constant fasiculations does that pretty much eliminate ALS?