I assumed that was common. My toes do it too. If it happens when I am wearing shoes, it feels like something buzzing in my shoe. I figure, Zac, that there are a lot more symptoms you and I will be feeling as time goes by, so I've been thinking up nicknames to describe some of them. My family knows that if I say my hands are buzzing it means the fingers are moving against each other. If I say my muscles are mis-firing, it means a big muscle like my calf or thigh is fasciculating. "Muscles screaming" means get me tylenol for the cramps, preferably with a glass of merlot to toss them down! :-D
hey cindy my kids are great my daughter just turned 11 and my son 9 they are so active its really hard to keep up with them.they are ready for me to move back home.i go to the neru tommorrow and i have desided to tell him to go ahead and do the test he thinks he needs to do im leaving my job in 6 weeks and ill loose my insurance but ive desided if it is als thers not much that i can do about it and if it is then its going to be bublar onset because of the swallowing so im gonna spend as much time with them as i can.they say bublar onset will take you pretty quick so i cant think of anything more in the world id rather do than spend time with them.
Your kids are at some great ages, Zac. I bet they keep you on the run! I can see where you would want to spend as much time as possible with them. Be careful about making long-term decisions until you know for sure what is going on. Just a little advice from your pal over here! I read somewhere - perhaps even on this forum - where people have made huge life decisions that turned out not to fit the DX they finally were given.