Sorry I keep on asking, but I'm 22 having twitch all over my body daily, some weakness on arms and hands and muscle cramps, als? Or what can it be?

Not ALS. Whatever it IS.....I am definitely as sure as sure can be that whatever this turns out to be once you've been seen by a doctor and tested....it is NOT going to be ALS. Have you been seen yet as I'm sure it's been recommended? That's what you need.

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