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Arm And Leg Movements Uncontrollable
Hypnic jerks: Jerking movements occurring as one is falling asleep are called hypnic jerks and are normal. Jerks during sleep may be periodic limb movements if they are repetitive, brief, and occur in series. If they cause poor sleep or daytime sleepiness, they can be treated, but they often occur in normal subjects. Jerks may occur with sleep apnea, parasomnias (abnormal sleep behavior), and seizures. ...Read more
I am experiencing limb spasms, abnormal movements (quality: uncontrollable and repetitive), hip pain and leg pain. The following also describe me... No BP in L. arm, dr barely found pulse in L. wrist. Vascular?
What could make your arm or leg feel weak when it actually isn't....have complete movement and very strong strength. Just feels weak. Neuro exam normal
Second opinion: I would get another opinion. Your symptoms appear to be a concern and I would want to hopefully determine the cause asap, if possible. ...Read more
Cracking joints: Often are due to some mild instability inside of joints, and some gas bubbles escaping from the joint fluid leads to the cracking (like cracking your knuckles in your hands). Sometims, tendons can rub over a bony prominence or eachother (or over the joint capsule) and that can also be the cause. There is no evidence that under normal load, cracking is destructive. ...Read more
My friend was started having symptoms of pma about a year ago. Since then, she has lost movement in both legs and now her arm. Why is this so fast?
Since the cause: Is unknown, its progress is ujnpredictable.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have slow movement in my left arm and leg my b p is normal and I am feeling fewer senses in my left heel?
SOME GUESSES: Your description may suggest a focal neurological problem such as a prior stroke or parkinson's disease, but, of course, there may well be other explanations, and a direct visit to a neurologist would be very useful. Pursue the situation and get to the bottom of it. Best of luck. ...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 conditions. ...Read more
Monday, Tues: my left arm/left leg have been tingly/weak. Comes and gradually goes with movement. Today same also face and right leg. Pinched nerve?
Normal.: Depending on your age and medications.... It will be probably normal. ...Read more
I developed limited movement in my right arm & 6 months later I have muscle tremours in my left arm & leg for long periods daily, they are painful.?
See an MD: These symptoms require an evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
13mnthold does jerking movements with his legs, weird arm movements&makes moaning noise while sleeping.Also, does unresponsive blank stares while awake?
On 15 mg buspirone a day for 7 days. Woke up with invol movement of arms and legs. Doc said to take 5mg for 7 days.should I continue taking it at all?
No, in my opinion: The reaction you have may be what is called an "extrapyramidal reaction" related to Dopamine D2 receptor actions of buspirone. Movement disorders can result and there can be concern regarding generation of long term movement disorder. Your reaction might be temporary but if you are prone to this kind of reaction continued use is questionable. ...Read more
I began taking Effexor (venlafaxine) 75mg 12ish weeks ago. I've started getting sporadic jerking movements in arms/legs etc occasionaly. Is this normal/nonconcerning?
Fix problems: Effexor (venlafaxine) can cause myoclonus. Make sure iron problem is resolved. Iron is an important co-factor for the enzyme Tyrosine Hydroxylase (the rate limiting enzyme in the production of Dopamine and related neurotransmitters (nor-epinephrine). Effexor (venlafaxine) blocks the re-uptake of Serotonin and nor-epinephrine. If the iron is OK you might want to re-check your calcium / Vit D and even consider getting an EEG ...Read more
Can whiplash cause paralysis and loos of legs and arms movement permenantly, because my neurosurgeon said like that?
Rarely: Less than 1 percent of patients with whiplash can develop neurologic deficits and that is when there is such severe whiplash that the cervical spine is involved and has been injured as well. If you are having these symptoms, there are other causes, and an MRI of cervical spine should be done urgently but that has likely been done considering you have seen a neurosurgeon already. ...Read more
Does sensorymotor polyneuropathy eventually spread up your arms and legs? And does it affect movement? Type 2 diabetes...
Sensory motor poly n: Depends on what the cause is. Have they done a nerve biopsy? ...Read more
Rx Inability to ambulate. However, no movement neck head chess both arms and legs. Inability to ambulate mean total paralyzation?
Inability to ambulat: JulianneB ~ from this description, there is inability to ambulate(walk) and no movement of neck, head, chest arms and legs. Were you breathing? This is the description of a comatose individual and if you were not it sounds like a very bad clinical note! Or perhaps we should see more of the note to decipher! Thanks ...Read more
Does Spinal Stenosis affect the arms as well as legs? My arms are weak and have movements I can't control, plus pain. Walking is hard sometimes.
My head is extremely restless and I have movement of the head and arms right when I'm going to sleep I have had restless leg syndrome in the past?
Restless: The restlessness of your heads and arms may be part of your restless legs syndrome ...Read more