I am a 20 year old boy... I am having fasiculations since a month and those are widespread....since past few days.... my are shaking when I hold an object... they are not tremors I guess... I had a neurologist opinion and he said it was normal a NCS also came normal. I didn't had an EMG as he didn't advise that. I am suffering from fatigue too... and I have myalgias too.... I am underweight but have a good apetite.... I am also suffering from paraesthesia.... I dont think my condition is benign fasiculation syndrome as I think the shaking is due to weakening of muscles.... so i am scared to death that I have a motor neuron disease as ALS. I can't concentrate anything in my life as my whole mind is occupied with fear.. as I am too young for the disease I am so much depressed.
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