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Abrupt Involuntary Movements Of The Lower Arm Or Leg
My uncle recently began to have involuntary movements of the arms, legs, feet and mouth (like a breathing fish) with movements of tongue inside mouth?
Chorea: Chorea is dance like movement of the arms and trunk. Many movement disorders can be associated with this symptom. Certain medications can also cause these symptoms, especially the ones you are describing in the tongue, which may represent tardive dyskinesia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal.: Depending on your age and medications....It will be probably normal. ...Read more
Involuntary jerking movements on legs/arms, sometimes it is so bad that I would almost fall off my seat.?
Jerking movements: You need to be evaluated by your doctor.Needs detailed history, history of any other medical condion or syptoms, meds being taken, alcohol use etc.And a detailed physical exam and may be lab and if needed imaging tests to find out the cause, as these movements can be caused by many different conditions. ...Read more
I have minor involuntary movements like a finger twitch or a leg jerk especially when I'm lying down. What cud this be due to?
Need examination: Twitches in the limbs can often occur without provocation & generally are considered to be clinically insignificant. If they become frequent or can be brought on by specific stimulation or changes in position of a limb or joint then, investigation of a deeper nature is warranted. I'd be happy to consult you more fully. Please set up an appointment with me by going to: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi ...Read more
I am experiencing constant, repetitive, involuntary movements and twitches in my mouth, stomach, abdomen, and legs. Have anxiety & depress. Take med?
Pain in left leg from foot to groin. Sudden onset. No prior injury. With some involuntary movements and numbness at times. Ongoing for 2 days.
Could a drop in red blood count, along with a high mcv, and mchc, bone pain leg cramp involuntary movements and easy bruising be a sign of mye.Oma tha?
See hematologist: See your hematologist-oncologist to get the answer. ...Read more
Leg movements: Many reasons why. You do not state how long after surgery, hours, days, weeks. Many issues with anesthesia after surgery for several days for some folks that could be a cause. If this persists for more than 3 days after surgery, please let your surgeon know. Hope this helps. Good luck ...Read more
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