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Can EEG test find disorders like tic/others baby infant (10months, 18lbs) experiencing twitching I'm scared give me all advice on this please?

Can EEG test find disorders like tic/others baby infant (10months, 18lbs) experiencing twitching I'm scared give me all advice on this please?

Possibilities: The "twitching" could be relatively benign, and if there is suspicion of seizure activity, an EEG would be indicated. Discuss this with your pediatrician, as he/she will be better placed to guide you regarding your concerns. But, in my perspective, epilepsy is far less likely than a benign situation. ...Read more

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I'm 36 weeks pregnant and feel vibrations/twitches in my stomach. Is this normal? Do babies have seizures inutero??

I'm 36 weeks pregnant and feel vibrations/twitches in my stomach. Is this normal? Do babies have seizures inutero??

Likely hiccups: Some have speculated that the close position of the babies stomach to the diaphragm causes a rubbing that triggers the hiccups.This is common & generally continues on through the first months after birth. Once the child grows longer & the stomach can drop away from the diaphragm the frequency declines. It bothers mom's more than the baby.Not a seizure! ...Read more

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3 weeks ago I noticed my lips were twitching. Now my whole body is twitching what's wrong with me?

Twitching: Most likely you are very nervous and anxious. Often this is a vicious cycle--you notice one twitch, start paying attention to it, then get nervous about it, and the next thing you know is that you have another twitch. Twitches of this sort, even when occurring all over, are very seldom related to anything serious as long as you don't have weakness or abnormal mental function. ...Read more

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I get twitching a lot and sometimes its so strong it make my whole body move and I feel all dizzy and weird should I get this checked out?

I get twitching a lot and sometimes its so strong it make my whole body move and I feel all dizzy and weird should I get this checked out?

Get it checked: There are many possibilities for the symptoms you described. It could be a variant of stress or some kind if electrolyte abnormality. Although given your history of a brain injury it is always best to have it checked to rule out more serious causes. ...Read more

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I left strength training(whole body) due to exams, now there are muscle twitches all over my body? What to do? Can i start strength training again?

I left strength training(whole body) due to exams, now there are muscle twitches all over my body? What to do? Can i start strength training again?

Yes: The nervous energy built up due to lack of exercise is likely the cause of the twitches. You may also be magnesium deficient due to the stress of exams and since most american diets are relatively deficient in magnesium. Exercise and eat more greens. Take 400 mg of magnesium glycinate daily to see if that helps. Exercise during next exam week! ...Read more

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My head felt weird real dizzy like then I had a tingling sensation through my whole body with lots of body twitching what is this?

My head felt weird real dizzy like then I had a tingling sensation through my whole body with lots of body twitching what is this?

Not your ears: Highly unlikely to be related to your ears. I would be concerned about a metabolic issue. A low calcium or hyperventilation. While unlikely without a focal deficit (arm or leg paralysis/ loss of vision, etc.) possible neurologic issue - would see a neurologist if persists or go to ER. ...Read more

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Is whole body twitching with no other accompanying symptoms worrisome? I've had persistent twitching, which I think started in eye, for about a week.

Is whole body twitching with no other accompanying symptoms worrisome?  I've had persistent twitching, which I think started in eye, for about a week.

This can be fatigue: This could be due to fatigue You can ask your physician to help clarify his other things we would consider would be a neurologic issue. ...Read more