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Re: myoclonus--twitches.... Noa

Posted by dj on March 7, 2001, at 0:15:27

In reply to Re: myoclonus--except that.... dj, posted by Noa on March 6, 2001, at 14:25:13

> I think that as a side effect, it occurs when at rest and/or right before falling asleep, as opposed to when upright or trying to move. That has been my experience, anyway. And my myoclonus >was not continuous, just random.

Any twitching of eylids? That's one I recall at various times and some leg twitching too...

Briefly had a roomate once who would twich wildly in his sleep in the bunkbed beneath mine at the ski resort we both then worked at... At which time I would wake and pound him with my pillow until he awoke and ceased. One night he got wise, caught me by suprise and tossed my pillow out the window into a snowdrift three stories below....


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