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Although ALS can have muscle twitching, this is not a picture of ALS
99.9% of the time, isolated muscle twitching is harmless.
anxiety can aggravate it.
ALS can be ruled out with correct examination and testing.
Go straight to a neurologist and put your mind at rest.
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It is not a hereditary disease.
ALS is not inherited.
Your risk is the same as anyone elses.
Those with anxiety often have muscle twitching.
I do not think ALS is a concern.
Many are only found on exam.
Muscle weakness on testing is prominent.
Tipping and falling
Difficulty maintaining posture
I would say anxiety.
However, we can not examine you or diagnose you: that is not the purpose of the site. Educationally speaking, you don't have an ALS presentation. But, your next step would be to see a neurologist to put your mind at rest.
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