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      Muscle twitches (or fasciculations) are a common symptom in other neurodegenerative diseases, particularly amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. It seems that many people living with MS also experience the same twitches from time to time in various parts of the body.

      Read more about this symptom here: Could Muscle Twitches Be a Symptom of MS?

      Do you ever experience muscle twitches?

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      Alex
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      <span style=”box-sizing: border-box;”>I’m experiencing</span><strong style=”box-sizing: border-box; font-family: ‘open sans’;”> muscle twitches every day, permanently in several parts of my legs and feets. Stretching and mobilisations are often effectives to calm them.

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      Alex
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      I’m experiencing muscle twitches every day, permanently in several parts of my legs and feets. Stretching and mobilisations are often effectives to calm them

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      Ed Tobias
      Keymaster

      Spasticity…cramps…twitches. Whatever you want to call them I’ve had them for much of the 40+ years I’ve lived with MS, particularly in bed at night. Stretching, baclofen and Gabapentin have helped.

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