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Severe cold with shudders on sleeping, history of neuro problem resulting in limped walk. Does this indicate ALS symptom?

I have had a neuro problem for three years ago. 2.5 years ago I could barely walk, stiff, stopping, limp . Had lots of tests, Then I improved and am much better, can walk now, not fully normal but quite a bit better and can go long distances which was impossible before. Recently had very bad cold and had shudders when I fell asleep, gone now but read this could be ALS symptom. This has nearly gone since flu/cold cleared up. Worried aGain.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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You must get checked up again and take your vitamins regularly.I would recommend to add vitamin b12 tablets 500microgram tablet three times a day. this will take care of your reminent symptoms.
Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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