What Does Body Twitching Indicate?
Further necessary examinations listed below.
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I have read your question and understand your concerns.
Your symptoms are not typical for the Lyme disease.
Isaac's syndrome may result in muscle twitches but other symptoms such atrophy, delayed relaxation, weakness, the stiffness of muscles are present too.
ALS also is excluded as a possibility because of symptoms and your age.
Multiple sclerosis symptoms include weakness in limbs, vision issues, fatigue, slurred speech, tingling, besides twitching, so, MS is very unlikely too.
Electrolytes imbalance, low vitamin B, D, thyroid gland dysfunction, etc. are all possible causes of muscle twitching.
I think you should get evaluated by blood tests about these conditions.
Neurological examination and imaging such MRI of your brain and spine are necessary also to achieve a correct diagnosis.
If these conditions get excluded after proper testing, anxiety may remain as the culprit.
Please discuss these with your Doctor about getting evaluated further.
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Okay, anxiety remains the most likely cause.
Since you have been checked and no cause resulted as culprit, anxiety remains the most likely cause.
It is actually true that anxiety may cause physical symptoms.
Just one more thing, if you hadn't in the past, get a nerves conduction study and EMG done, to complete the examinations necessary for twitching.
Discuss also with a Psychologist about your issues.
Hope this helps.