Hello...thank you for getting back with the requested necessary information please. I am sorry for your symptoms.
From you symptom analysis and correlating it with the history that I have gathered from you I feel that the possibilities are -
1. Elderly onset Myasthenia gravis.
2. Multiple sclerosis.
3.Benign Fasciculation Syndrome.
Benign fasciculations are common. Despite the favorable prognosis of benign fasciculation syndrome (BFS), patients are often anxious about their symptoms. In a recent study published in 2018 - it was quoted that - BFS is a benign disorder that usually persists over time. Commonly associated symptoms include subjective weakness, sensory symptoms, and cramps. BFS is usually not associated with pathologic anxiety.
I suggest you take OTC vitamin D and calcium supplements on a regular basis
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May I suggest you discuss these possibilities with your primary care physician or neurologist and get yourself appropriately evaluated and managed please.
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