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Is Shaky Hands A Sign Of Als
Shaking Hands Or Tremor (Definition)
Shaky hands is a symptom in a person's hand or hands has a tremor (shakiness or small back and forth movements). Shakiness can be present at rest, all the time, or only when the person is trying to use his hands. Causes include, brain problems, nerve problems, muscle problems, medicine effects, drug abuse, etc. ...Read more
Maybe something else: Although lupus is known as a master of masquerade because it can mimic virtually any disease, tingling in the hands alone is much more likely from nerve compression such as carpal tunnel, ulnar nerve entrapment, diabetic neuropathy, and/or cervical disc disease etc... A good, thorough history and physical exam by your doc can reveal what you may have. So, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Is one sign of an anxiety attack having a seizure like experience? Hands curled in and shaking of the body
It can be: People with OCD may wash their hands so many times a day that they become raw, sore, and even bleeding. Often the person will fear having touched something they feel is contaminated with some kind of germs. They may not be able to use public restrooms because of this fear. Other compulsions may be checking or counting things. All these can become extremely anguishing -- but there is help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is numbness and that pinching needle feeling like your foot is falling asleep in your legs, a normal sign of diabetes?
It can be: Frequent episodes of numbness and tingling in the feet may be due to peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage). While there are many causes of peripheral neuropathy, diabetes is one of the most common causes. Because the metabolic problems that lead to diabetes go on for many years, and can cause damage to the nerves, it is possible to develop neuropathy even before being diagnosed with diabetes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Could tingling hands and feet, fatigue, and generalized weakness be a sign of hypothyroidism or something else?
Legs/arms falling: Asleep are from pressure on nerves or decreased blood flow, in that order. Numbness and tingling from nerve pressure is common during sleep when we don't move much. The numbness etc is temporary malfunction of the sensory part of the nerve. Temporary floppieness is a malfunction of the signals sent from the spine to the muscles. As long as its temporary, it's normal. ...Read more
Usually not: Waking up with a numb arm can be the result of laying on the arm for a long period of time, causing prolonged compression of a nerve. However, the same symptoms can be due to an underlying condition such as carpal tunnel syndrome or cervical radiculopathy. Occasional symptoms are probably nothing to worry about. However, if you frequently wake with numbness in the hand or arm, see your doctor. ...Read more
Maybe,maybe not: This can be a simple variation fro the normal based on complex genetic factors. It can also be a feature of in excess of 40 named syndromes or associations listed in "smith's recognizable patterns of human malformation" 7ed.2013. ...Read more
Hand shaking: Shaking hands is not a typical symptom of menopause, but it is of parkinson's. Other symptoms of parkinson's are slow movements, shuffling gait, stiffness, and a "ratchety" kind of rigidity seen especially when when your elbow joints are extended from a flexed position. Sometimes there are falls backwards too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Aaas can be repaired using open surgical techniques or endovascular techniques. There are anatomical limitations to which aneurysms can be repaired using endovascular techniques. All aaas can be repaired using open techniques. The more complex the anatomy the bigger the surgery required. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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