Recently, I have started to experience muscle twitching. It occurs several times throughout the day in different areas of my body. The muscle twitches are not accompanied by any pain or fatigue, but are bothersome nevertheless.
My question is: Are muscle twitches throughout one's body typically associated with being an initial symptom of Multiple Sclerosis?
Hi...first look to family medical history....and then see ur Dr, have some blood labs done, muscle twitching can be something as simple as low levels of vitamin D, B12....low magnesium and or potassium....Some nutrient in the diet may be lacking and the first place to look.
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