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Does benign muscle fasciculations mean im at an increased risk of developing ALS in the future? Or another neurological disease like epilepsy?

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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology
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In brief: See neurologist

sounds like you have already seen a physician who gave you the diagnosis of benign fasciculations.
If still concerned I would see a neurologist. You are not at risk for epilepsy. If truly benign, you would not be at risk for other neurologic disorders.

In brief: See neurologist

sounds like you have already seen a physician who gave you the diagnosis of benign fasciculations.
If still concerned I would see a neurologist. You are not at risk for epilepsy. If truly benign, you would not be at risk for other neurologic disorders.
Dr. William Singer
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