have muscle twitching constantly in lower legs spamatic upper legs and arms. Clean emg and cleared for  clinical weakness by 3 neurologist(I feel strong). Had 3 blood test 3x (cbc ptt..etc.).  in last 6 months even lyme anti body.
stds and 10 week HIV antibody all negative... All are normal. show no inflammation or abnormalities in white and red bold counts...nothing to go on
I get spramatic red lines on my body. I also constantly get deep "sleep" looking lines on body from lying  down(just short periods of time) or from my jeans sitting on chair.They go away after hr or so but very deep looking from any kind of pressure.. I feel very off also.(STRESS????)Balance and thoughts can seem off also.Can anyone give me a clue
Can stress be extreme? Im hydrated , but haven't slept t good in 6 weeks. any clues leading to MS
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Muscle twitches and spasms and anxiety can be symptoms of low magnesium, which may be a symptom of Lyme Disease.
See this list at the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation:  

"Red lines on my body"...do you mean like stretch marks?
Compare them to these photos of Bartonella striations:

I hope this will help.

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Hi and welcome,

Sorry i don't know what it could be, doesn't really sound like MS and i'm not sure stress alone would be an answer either, but if you've not been sleeping over the last 6 weeks, that would definitely affect cognitive and balance hmmm have you considered things like medications, vitamin deficientcy etc?

Sorry to not be of much help.......JJ
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