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I have had twitching all over the body for 3 weeks, calves and feet both sides twitch 24/7. upper body i feel twitching now and again arms, back , nose when yawning. twitching started in right buttock area due to sciatica i had for a year. this happened after physio. dont no if this is connected but iam going out of my mind that is MND. i feel no pain and have done strength tests and everything is good i have been

to doctors and waiting on blood tests but says he doesn't think its serious. but worry had took over.


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    I'm suffering with this for 5 years buzzing twitching that turn into severe cramping at times. I also have lumbar issues and neck issues. if you figure it out I would love to understand. Mine can be very painful, I don't think its neurological. but who knows. Good Luck!!

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    My father has tingling sensation still today.

    One of his first symptoms was tingling sensation also pins and needles.

    My fathers condition is CIDP a chronic version of Guillain Barre Syndrome.

    My father has had this condition now for nearly three years.

    He now has to use a wheelchair.

    Late diagnosis contributed to him now having CIDP. The GP repeatedly treated my father for vertigo.

    Hope you push for your GP to do further tests.

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    My twitching is in my legs only mostly my calves.

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    i got blood tests back, low vitamin d in bloods, doctor doesn't want to see me again. hopefully this is good news.

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