A 34-year-old female asked:
Can myoclonic jerking and constant parethesias be part of fibromyagia .?
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Internal Medicine 28 years experience
Not really: At least not in the formal definition of fm. However, they can exist in the same individual with fm. It wouldn't be the first time i had seen these coexist. However, i would seriously look for other treatable causes of paresthesias such as peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes.
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