my 18 year old daughter is having shakes /body spasims she was in the hospital this morning and diagnost with gall stones they gave her some meds for anti nausea and her body started doing the shakes the had gotten some medicine to stop the shaking, but i
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Psychiatry 25 years experience
Hello, : Hello, i can't predict that. However, if she has an infection accompanying the gallstones and a fever; it may be causing something called rigors. Usually once the temperature normalizes, this would improve.
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Adverse drugreaction: Many of the drugs used for nausea are Dopamine blocking agents, and these agents may be commonly associated with a variety of movement problems, including uncontrollable shaking. Anticholinergic drugs may help reduce this, and are sometimes used together with anti-emetic drugs which produce the problem. It should go away within 24 hours, and she should consider this an "allergy.".
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