I have had twitching in my left arm (mostly near pinky side under wrist) for about a month. I am concerned about ALS. No weakness or wasting.?

Maybe ulnar nerve. This could be many different things. It could be ulnar nerve compression or neuropathy, it could be in the distribution of the cervical 7, 8 or even the thoracic 1 nerve radiculopathy,. You can discuss this with your physician.

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Not looking for diagnosis just ideas, Iseeing my doc in jan, 22/m some weaknes in left arm and leg comes and goes, hand cramps, twitching, als?

You're right No Dx . You are absolutely correct. On the basis of what you have presented no diagnosis is actually possible much less placing ALS as a possibility. Your age and the fact that you are saying weakness comes and goes on one side of your body puts that off the table. If you are interested in a private consultation to get more ideas on this please feel free to look me up at www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi . Read more...

23 /m my left arm, hand is fealing a little weak also my leg, foot, I also have body twitches, the weaknes comes and goes! Can it be ALS, ideas?

Weakness. It could be a multitude of things. I think you should see a doctor to get a definitive diagnosis. Read more...
Left sided weakness. and twitching that comes and goes. Not sure what you mean by body twitches. If you wake up weak and the weakness resolves think nocturnal focal seizures. (with Todds paralysis) More information is needed (along with a good neuro exam ) and possibly EMG-NCS or other studies) ALS is typically symmetric (arm to opposite arm or leg to leg spread) Fluctuations in weakness obviate a work up for MG. Read more...