Is there any way to get an accurate diagnosis of als,i had a back injury at work and went to a neuro surgeon, after an open sided and a close sided MRI nothing could be found that could supposedly cause the debilitated state I was in ,now dxed with als,and even it is inconclusive,with muscle biopsi ,have classic extremely fast progression symptoms,went from walking to a power chair in 2 months, now arms are getting weak,breathing also weak,am told als doesn't work this fast.have had spinal fluid drawn, multitudes of blood drawn, emgs]2], and still no definate answer,also the more i try to exercise a muscle the weaker and worse it gets.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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