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Baby Tremors Normal
Can shudders develop into tremors? If a infant (10months) gets shudders is there another prob causing the shudders?
Possibly.: Newborns have an instinctive startle reflex which might look like"shudders," but it's absent in normal 10 month olds. If these "shudders" occurs only occasionally & briefly, contact your child's pediatrician for an acute care appointment. If it's worse than that, seek immediate medical care. I can't predict what the behavior you describe might evolve into. ...Read more
Why do shudder attacks happen? If a infant gets it will they have tremors too? If a 10month old gets it will it go away? Or cause life long issues?
Benign: Shudder attacks are benign and mean nothing. They usually disappear spontaneously in a few years. There is no life long issues and they do not turn into seizures. See your Pediatrician, if the diagnosis is confirmed, you have nothing to worry about. It will get better by itself. ...Read more
Infant 13 months old taking reglan (metoclopramide) and Zantac for with redness in cheeks, seizures, developmental delay, tremors, are these side effects on them for?
Ask prescriber: Prolonged use of Reglan (metoclopramide) to speed up gastric emptying has risks . Mild side effects include dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, headache hypertension and restlessness, dangerous side effete include decrease in white blood cells, heart arrhythmia, adrenal disorder, several neurologic syndromes.Some pediatricians have been trying Erythromycin as a agent to speed up gastric emptying. Zantac is widely used. ...Read more
??shivers/tremors??: A 3 month old infant will have a dramatic startle response to loud sounds or sudden movements. Their arms and legs will shake during movement as a sign of their immature nervous system, but this shaking is low intensity and similar on both sides of the body.It this is what you see, just discuss it at your next checkup. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Tremors may be due to many things such as metabolic or neurological causes. Sometimes they are familial in nature, e.g., essential tremors. Head tremors and shuddering spells occur intermittently, and are usually benign. They require no treatment and improve with age. Unless tremors are disrupting normal motor activities, infantile tremors are not usually treated with medication. ...Read more
Familial Tremor: It is usually bilateral affecting both hands , head and voice, minimal and absent at rest.It tends to increase with age but benign. ...Read more
Somatic Symptoms: The brain is a fascinating organ capable of self-awareness, spirituality, imagination, and the ability to learn. It is so powerful that it can take an emotional state and create real somatic or physical sensations. The butterflies in your stomach or tremor in your hand when anxious, heavy sluggish muscles when depressed are a few examples. But that same brain can be used in therapy to get better. ...Read more
I have physical symptoms of tremors lightheadness ill feelings. Been tested for almost everything possible. All normal. Idnt feel anxious. Anxiety?
Anxiety: Anxiety is a subjective state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety: insomnia, sweating, palpitations, tremors, and fatigue. See you pcp for the referral. ...Read more
Have you ever had a patient who had body tremors and other physical symptoms such as lightheadedness with all normal work up?
Serious sign: Lightheadedness on mild physical exertion is a serious sign. See your family physician, perhaps also a cardiologist. Echocardiogram (in addition to a 12- lead ekg) is indicated. Your cardiologist may also consider a stress test, if everything else is normal. Never exercise if you are dehydrated. ...Read more
I had severe full body tremors, violent enough to shake the stretcher, happened repeatingly when coming out of the anesthetic. Body temp normal. Why?
I have been on 30 mg celexa (citalopram) for 2 weeks and I experience body inside tremors. I never had them before. Is it normal and will they go away? Thanks
Trial period : I'd give it 2-3 weeks and if not spontaneously resolving then would stop that medication and approach your physician about other options. Hope all goes well! ...Read more
Tremors and constant dizziness. Had several tests. All normal. Is this really anxiety? Can it be that bad?
Sister just diagnosed with MS at 27 years old . Is she going to die early? Can she live a normal life? Any supplaments help her? Why does she tremor
Needs DMT: Typically, with appropriate disease modifying therapy, a normal lifespan is likely if one has relapsing-remitting ms. Some supplements are truly mandatory, such as vitamin d-3, 5, 000- 10, 000 units daily, but low fat, low salt diet also of value. Our local group recommends starting with potent medication, either tysabri (natalizumab) or gilenya, for first 5 yrs, depending on anti-jcv titers. (see below). ...Read more
Took alinia 2x day for 7 days and zegerid for 5 days. Developed a mild body tremor Off alinia 5 days and zegerid 3 still tremor. Coincidence or normal?
Difficult to say:
well, first, there's the underlying condition. Nausea/vomiting from gastrointestinal conditions WILL produce tremor (can be from serious electrolyte/salt imbalance requiring treatment).
Although tremor is NEVER mentioned under side effects of nitazoxanide, since it acts on nerves of germ/parasite....there's a small theoretical possibility. ...Read more
I am on wellbutrin (bupropion) 150 XL and at night i feel body tremors shaking involuntarly is this normal? Just last night it went away
If it went away, : It may be a temporary side effect issue. If it returns, see a neurologist to see if it may have some other possible underlying cause. ...Read more
What anxiety med would u give your patient that has lightheadedness body tremors & ill feelings everyday. Several tests which all were normal.
Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy (talk therapy) has proven effectiveness for anxiety, addresses its cause(s) and not just the symptoms, and will improve quality of life generally, beyond just anxiety symptoms. And yet the first things many people talk about is medication. I fear the pharmaceutical industry has sold a bill of goods to doctors and patients both. Sometimes talk is the best medicine. ...Read more
Zoloft (sertraline) causing anxiety and tremors 2 weeks in....normal? If so will both subside? I'm taking Zoloft (sertraline) to treat anxiety
Hard to predict: While the FDA clarifies how fast a medication can have its dose increased, there are no universal guidelines on the "waiting period" to see if a person will adapt to a medicine or if side effects will persist. If a person feels symptoms are getting worse rather than better, it is important to alert the prescribing physician immediately to make appropriate changes. ...Read more
I am getting tremors of right side since 3yrs thyroid functions normal,NCS done last year was normal, happening randomly,lasts 10 secs. I am 23?
There are: many potential causes of tremors which need to be evaluated by a good neurologist. Thyroid problems are a very rare cause and apparently have been ruled out in your case. ...Read more
Every time I have a ecg, they always say shorted p-r interval. What does mean? I have body tremor/lghthead all the time. However told ECG is normal?
2 CONDITIONS: To consider = Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) and lown ganong levine (lgl). The other suggestions are also reasonable. ...Read more
What conditions would cause constant body tremors? Normal MRI in feb 2013. On celexa (citalopram) 20mg for a month now and tremors are still the same...
Some considerations: Some folks suffer from heredofamilial tremors, or essential tremors, others may experience thyroid problems, anemias can seemingly cause tremors on occasion, and anxiety can cause tremors, amongst a number of problems. In my experience, it is very rare to experience tremor control with celexa (citalopram). If this remains a substantial problem, might try to see a neurologist. ...Read more
If you have not stretched in a while pulling a muscle tight by stretching can cause the muscle to twitch and oppose the stretch.
If this condition continues and become painful have your legs checked by a physician as there are many other causes of leg tremors. ...Read more
Is it normal to have hand tremors after pushing something heavy up a slope? Specifically, a larger person in a wheelchair?
Does an electrolyte test,test for calcium?I had an electrolyte test n it was normal.Been experiencing tremors lately & friend said might b low calcium
No: Standard electrolyte panel includes sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, (sodium bicarbonate) and chloride. You need to specifically request calcium. Should also check magnesium since low Mg can cause symptoms and is relatively common. If there is any suggestion of low calcium, the ionized calcium should be measured. If Mg is borderline, a trial of Mg replacement is safe and warranted. ...Read more
I've had a tremor sense august 2012. I'm a high schooler and loosing control of my body. Normal mri. Still have tremor and its january. Any ideas why?
Are tremors and shaking a normal side effect with topamax (topiramate)? My first week taking 25mg a night and woke up shaking badly. It helps my headaches.
See a neurologist: Go from there.Get a more detailed answer ›
Overall pattern...: cannot say in your particular case, but generally, you would look at the overall pattern. Loss of sensation/strength, getting worse over time, with a LOT of pain or deformity, those would be bad. Being associated wiht normal pain and lasting a brief time and associated WITH DOING BETTER WITH LIFTING over a 2 week period is entirely normal. Nerves and muscles improve in 2 week (tone) often w shakes ...Read more