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Old 06-24-2007, 05:32 AM   #1
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Question involuntary stretching or (spasm)???

Hi all,

Just noticed I have had no reply to my last posting so wandered if my heading (involuntary stretching) was confusing the issue.

Please read my last thread and tell me if what I am describing could be spasms and if any of you have them in the same way or similar.

Many thanx again
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Old 06-24-2007, 03:06 PM   #2
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Re: involuntary stretching or (spasm)???

I was confused by the "involuntary strencthing" title..

I do get some spams... but only rarely. When we were watching a movie in a movie theater a few weeks back, my left foot tightened up so tight, all of my toes were mashed toegther like they were in very tight shoes... could not even pull the tootsies apart from each other. It was like I had magnets in my toes and attracted each other and could not be pried apart.

It only lasted 20 minutes, but I can affirm it was quite odd.

Strangly enough, it did not bother me all that much, meaning I did not freak out about it... I just chalked it up to MS and went on with the movie.

 
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