Symptoms of fasciculation include muscle twitching or gentle grooves on the skin that are hardly noticeable. In most cases, this will happen on the calf muscle, the thumb, or on the lid of either eye. However, if the fasciculation is an indication of a more severe disorder, someone may experience a loss of feeling, weakness, or a deterioration of muscle size.
- Q How is fasciculation diagnosed?
- Q Should I talk to my doctor about my fasciculation symptoms?
- Q How does fasciculation affect the body?
- Q How can I tell if my fasciculation is benign?
- Q Can fasciculation be prevented?
- Q What is the rate of incidence for fasciculation?