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Fasciculation and Pinched Nerve

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Fasciculation

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(Muscular fasciculation)
fasciculation , or "muscle twitch", is a small, local, involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation visible under the skin arising from the spontaneous discharge of a bundle of skeletal muscle fibers (muscle fascicle). Fasciculations have a variety of causes, the majority of which are benign,... Read more on Wikipedia
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(Nerve Entrapment)
fasciculation , or "muscle twitch", is a small, local, involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation visible under the skin arising from the spontaneous discharge of a bundle of skeletal muscle fibers (muscle fascicle). Fasciculations have a variety of causes, the majority of which are benign,... Read more on Wikipedia
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By genezu
August 19, 2013
genezu wrote
Fasciculations
My fasciculations started after a bike/car accident impacting spine but specifically after a chiropractic treatment of the neck about a month after the accident. Has anyone had a similar experience? Does anyone know anyone who got a resolution for tremors in both shoulders and now weakness wrists and dexterity??
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What patients are saying about Fasciculation and Pinched Nerve

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completely excluded. The 'trapped nerve in the lower back'...
...sound as if ALS has been completely excluded. The 'trapped nerve in the lower back' theory would only explain symptoms ...legs, and certainly not tongue fasciculation, which does occur with BFS....
conduction study). I have a pinched nerve from C7 -T1 and...
...causing the twitching. I have been having muscle twitches (fasciculations) all over ...conduction study). I have a pinched nerve from C7 -T1 and ...a thing as Benign Fasciculation Syndrome....
Benign Cramping Fasciculation Syndrome. Could be a pinched...
...Benign Cramping Fasciculation Syndrome. Could be a pinched nerve also, but...
pinched nerve , benign fasciculation syndrome, thyroid...
...most patients (about 60%) experience muscle weakness as the first symptom. ...causes of tongue twitching include pinched nerve , benign fasciculation syndrome, thyroid gland overactivity, etc....
Even if a pinched nerve was causing the fasciculation ,...
...thyroid function. Even if a pinched nerve was causing the fasciculation , this would not be ...sensation which could be a fasciculation in the perineal area (which...
of something. i have that fasciculation. i have buzzing in...
...of something. i have that fasciculation. i have buzzing ...finger. is that correct?i heard that that coled myokymia but i dont understand what that mean and does causes pinced nerves?? i feel fa...
you do have a pinched nerve in your cervical spine . Muscle...
...if you do have a pinched nerve in your cervical spine . ...seen in a number of disorders such as benign fasciculation syndrome and nerve compression as well as ALS ....
a bag of worms)to a pinched nerve in my spine . I had...
...a bag of worms)to a pinched nerve in my spine . I ...weeks at a time, as nothing more than a fasciculation . Same goes for all my other twitches. This has all been happening for almost 2...
develop problems. The trapped nerve may be a reason. You...
...may develop problems. The trapped nerve may be a reason. ...Since you also have the tingling sensation in the left ...spine problem, too. The widespread fasciculation that you are getting cou...
it's BFS (benign fasciculation syndrome). A bad knee, a...
...are tripping, unable to walk properly, etc.) it's BFS (benign fasciculation syndrome). A bad knee, a pinched nerve, a problem in the lower back, pinches disks, one...
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