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Symptoms mimicking ALS.

The past three weeks I’ve noticed weakness in my right leg, particularly my calf/foot. I’m a yoga person, so I am very aware of the decline in my right leg. When I push my limits, my calf and foot shake uncontrollably then give out. I’m then left with an abnormal amounts of soreness and twitching that lasts days. Flexing my right set of toes is difficult, and my ankle feels heavy and weak when I walk. I have had to give up anything with a heel. My right leg is also accompanied by twitching since this all started. Should I be concerned? There’s no loss of sensation, so I don’t think it’s a nerve problem.  Thank you.
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