Would you have Fasciculations of muscle (Muscle twitching) when you have Organ failure?
Summary: there is no Fasciculations of muscle reported by people with Organ failure yet. We study people who have Fasciculations of muscle (Muscle twitching) and Organ failure from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Organ failure (latest reports from 4,564 Organ Failure patients)
Fasciculations of muscle
Fasciculations of muscle (twitching of voluntary muscle of body) has been reported by people with depression, pain, multiple sclerosis, stress and anxiety, high blood pressure. (latest reports from 11,076 Fasciculations of muscle patients)
On May, 23, 2015: No report is found.
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From this study (1 month ago):
Twitch at least once every 30 seconds. Worst when resting.
drambuie lou on Apr, 13, 2015:
I have been on fenofibrate for a couple of years. About a year and half I have been getting muscle fasiculations in my arms and legs. I have been tested many times and still the Drs. cannot find the reason. My wife did some research and found out that the medication could be the cause. I have stopped taking it about one week ago.I am hoping this is the cause. If it is, it certainly does not say much for the specialists I am seeing. I am 75 years old.
From this study (2 months ago):
I had all of these symptoms before I was put on these medications. I was diagnosed with Narcolepsy with Cataplexy January 2015. I was pregnant from 09/14-04/15 and had the worst symptoms of the numbness of arms and hands, almost every single night. It was excruciating and could only be calmed by massage to my arms and shoulders.
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