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Old 07-24-2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Slight Twitching; Questions to ask after MRI

Hi all,

I'm new to this part of the forum.

I visited my neuro in April because I was having some slight twitching (small involuntary movements in neck, extremities and sometimes internal). I am not sure what it was, but the EEG came back normal.

For awhile these symptoms went away and they showed up again recently, so I called my neuro and scheduled a MRI with contrast for September (due to traveling and scheduling).

I try not to be worried but am ultimately stressing about this. I tend to have anxiety problems so this is not helping, anyone want to share their experiences? My neuro and I will have a phone conversation to discuss the results (full time student not having time to drive into the big city), any particular questions I should ask him? I was maybe thinking of benign fasciculations syndrome?

Thanks!

 
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