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Subject: Husband thinks he has ALS. Please help. Forum: THE Neurology and Neurosurgery Forum My husband (He's 28) is convinced he is dying OF ALS. He's posted here several times, but is so berserk that I've banned him from THE computer (at least when I'm home). He started with fasciculations in his arm and eyelid exactly two months ago. Now THEy've spread to his whole body, but especially his left calf/FOOT, which he feels is THE place it's (ALS) starting in.
Also, he complained OF severe fatigue and soreness in THE muscle (forgive my ignorance OF anatomy) running down his shin to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> after walking a mile or so. Incidentally, he has been running 3-5 miles a day for 3 years. Anyway, this relented too. THEn, he said a painful stiffness set into THE back OF his neck at THE base OF his skull. This lasted a few days and resolved as well. In THE meantime, he said that routine movements were causing him to feel like he was about to tear muscle.
Also, he complained OF severe fatigue and soreness in THE muscle (forgive my ignorance OF anatomy) running down his shin to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> after walking a mile or so. Incidentally, he has been running 3-5 miles a day for 3 years. Anyway, this relented too. THEn, he said a painful stiffness set into THE back OF his neck at THE base OF his skull. This lasted a few days and resolved as well. In THE meantime, he said that routine movements were causing him to feel like he was about to tear muscle.
Also, he complained OF severe fatigue and soreness in THE muscle (forgive my ignorance OF anatomy) running down his shin to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> after walking a mile or so. Incidentally, he has been running 3-5 miles a day for 3 years. Anyway, this relented too. THEn, he said a painful stiffness set into THE back OF his neck at THE base OF his skull. This lasted a few days and resolved as well. In THE meantime, he said that routine movements were causing him to feel like he was about to tear muscle.
Subject: Husband thinks he has ALS. Please help. Forum: THE Neurology and Neurosurgery Forum My husband (He's 28) is convinced he is dying OF ALS. He's posted here several times, but is so berserk that I've banned him from THE computer (at least when I'm home). He started with fasciculations in his arm and eyelid exactly two months ago. Now THEy've spread to his whole body, but especially his left calf/FOOT, which he feels is THE place it's (ALS) starting in.
Also, he complained OF severe fatigue and soreness in THE muscle (forgive my ignorance OF anatomy) running down his shin to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> after walking a mile or so. Incidentally, he has been running 3-5 miles a day for 3 years. Anyway, this relented too. THEn, he said a painful stiffness set into THE back OF his neck at THE base OF his skull. This lasted a few days and resolved as well. In THE meantime, he said that routine movements were causing him to feel like he was about to tear muscle.
Posted By Scott on April 16, 1999 at 00:26:00 August 17, 1998 8 days before my 28th birthday I had simular problems just like your husband. THE fear that I thought I was dying started a terrible cycle that increased THE symptoms. It took numerous medical test and THE best doctors in THE US to convince me that I was "physically" okay. And even THEn I wasn't sure. Now almost a year later I know it was anxiety and am almost 100% again.
Also, he complained OF severe fatigue and soreness in THE muscle (forgive my ignorance OF anatomy) running down his shin to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> after walking a mile or so. Incidentally, he has been running 3-5 miles a day for 3 years. Anyway, this relented too. THEn, he said a painful stiffness set into THE back OF his neck at THE base OF his skull. This lasted a few days and resolved as well. In THE meantime, he said that routine movements were causing him to feel like he was about to tear muscle.
Also, he complained OF severe fatigue and soreness in THE muscle (forgive my ignorance OF anatomy) running down his shin to his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> after walking a mile or so. Incidentally, he has been running 3-5 miles a day for 3 years. Anyway, this relented too. : : : THEn, he said a painful stiffness set into THE back OF his neck at THE base OF his skull. This lasted a few days and resolved as well.
Posted By Lynn on April 22, 1999 at 16:44:27 : Dear Lynn: Your husband's story sounds so much like me that I'm still not convinced that you're not my wife writing with a pseudonym! But... let's assume that you really are somebody else's wife and that THEre really is somebody else out THEre as crazy as I am. I'm older (and THErefore more in THE ALS "prOFile") and I had spine surgery (for a cervical disc herniation) almost a year ago.
I have had hot patchs appear on THE back OFmy thigh OFf and on for 5 months now, but only in THE left thigh. I have shooting electrical <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>PULSES</span> in THE right <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> and a left hand tremor. I also have decreased sensation in my left FOOT, but it is much worse in my right FOOT. In THE right it stretches up above THE ankle. I also have dcreased sensation in my right hand, not my left is fine. Systemic symptoms are my balance issues, dizziness and fatigue.
My moTHEr who is Type 2 Diabetic, experinced THEse tears along with yeast infections and athletes <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>FOOT</span> infections all through her 30's and 40's until her diabetes was diagnosed and she got her levels under control. I honestly find it rediculous that THE modern medical community, which treats THE majority OF women's reproductive health problems as shameful, has no flipping idea what causes THEse tears or how to really treat THEm.
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