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Hi, I`m 34 years old. Have this muscle twitching and don`t know what`s wrong with me. The twiches and the pain in my arms and legs are really irritating but, untill yesterday, I thought there is no need to see a doctor just because of some silly muscle twitch. I was talking with a friend, she has a relative diagnosed with muscular dystrophy and she was telling me about his illness and, when heard about some symptoms of MS, I got really scared. Is it possible for my muscle twitching to become MS?

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Hi, know something about Muscular dystrophy and hope that it will help you with your muscle twitching problem. MS is a disease when muscles get weaker and weaker, and then, slowly stop working. The muscles need many proteins to be healthy, and I`m not telling you about proteins from food, but of the kind your body creates. Without these proteins, the muscles break down. Persons with MD feel like having a problem with the way their bodies work. Persons with MD have a problem with normal life activities, like walking and sitting up. MD strikes children, teens and adults as well.
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Hi there,

If you still don't know what's going on, I just wanted to let you know of my experience with muscle problems. I was tentatively diagnosed with a muscular dystrophy, and after drug treatment at the hospital was sent home. I continued to have problems for two years until falling onto my back and it completely seizing up. I went to a chiropractic who discovered that lo, and behold, I didn't have a muscular dystrophy at all, rather a dislocated spine which was pinching a nerve and cutting off blood supply to part of my brain.

With regular visits to the chiropractic my spine was eventually fixed and I am totally fit and healthy now. A huge part of this was that he is a doctor as well as a chiropractic and trained in Canada where chiropractic work is more recognized than in my country. On the first appointment, he took an x-ray and immediately could see the problem.
So if you have any suspicion that your spine could be involved, do check it out.

Best wishes
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You may well have Myalgic Enchepelemyletis(ME) which cause pain and muscle twitches particualrly in the back, arms etc. Do you suffer any cognitive issues/blurred vision/gastro problems? Have you recently had an unusual virus infection? If so, sounds like ME or CFS (in the US). Check out Nancy Klimas - she is the top US expert. Beware the CDC who suggest it is caused by anxiety i.e. it is all in your head.
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