For about 10 days, I have muscle twitching in my calf, thighs and also in my eyes. I am worried about it. I got my blood test done. It showed that I have a severe vitamin B12 and vitamin D deficiency. My vitamin B12 was around 50 ng/L. Can these deficiencies be the cause for having muscle twitching? Is it something more severe as ALS? I am suffering from stress. Please help.
Thank you doctor,
Is this twitching common in vitamin B12 deficiency?
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Yes, it can occur. Do not overthink about this issue. It is a benign fasciculation. It will go off.
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