" ...gluten ataxia and ...upper back. Botox treatments have all but eliminated what had been constant pain in my neck. I am convinced that my dystonia and ataxia are related as the spasms in my bac... "
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Ataxia & Spasms
1.16% of the posts that mention Ataxia also mention Spasms (203 posts)
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" I have gluten ataxia (with celiac disease) and painful muscle spasms, chronic pain, and spasticity are major problems for me. So I recently started baclofen (oral, 10mg 3x day) and... "
" ...I was misdiagnosed with RLS. No meds for tht worked. I also suffer ataxia. Could this be due to the SPS? It has spread to my mid back long muscles (along spine) (sometime kidney area) and into... "
" ...Dystonia and Ataxia. I'm taking Zanaflex 4mg. 3x day and clonazepam 0.5mg 2x day. My jerks and spasms were more controlled but after a month the medicine doesn't work as... "
" ...same as u i have spasm/ muscle twitching everyday all around my ...pick up things my hands ****/move but i have another disease called Ataxia with Vitamin e deficiency so man let me tell... "
" ...rest of my body stopped moving(ataxia). I had a parkinson like tremor for a long time and medicine has made it pretty much nonexistent. It is mild in the mornings but fades after my morning dose... "
" ...prescription meds for my ataxia. At one time I was prescribed Baclofen for muscle spasms, but it made me more tired than I already ...take it. I have Sporadic Cerebellar Ataxia (unknown cause) a... "
" ...a constant state of spasm, affecting my speech. Here's ...connection makes sense. There are doctors that believe you can treat neurological symptoms such as ataxia by using oral... "
" ...intention tremors but not spasms yet.Do you think ...for intention tremors without spasms.My ataxia nurse didn't seem to... "
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