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Bilateral Hand Tremor In A 3yo How Should This Be Evaluated
Rare: I do not believe that most family physicians and pediatricians would be comfortable diagnosing a 3 year old with this symptom. Certainly we would evaluate and give an opinion but would more than likely as you to be seen by a pediatric neurologist. There isn't one of them hanging on every tree so a referral to a children's hospital or referral center would likely be necessary unless in big city. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can Zoloft cause bilateral hand tremors when trying to hold object still: like phone or pen? Mild shaking bilaterally when holding hands out infront
Yes, it can: In the pre-marketing clinical studies, more than 10% of people experienced tremors with zoloft. So yes, it could be causing the problem you have. How long have you been taking it? If only for a short time (few weeks) there's still a possibility this may resolve. If going on for longer, it may not. Please discuss with your psychiatrist or other prescribing physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Compressed nerve roots can cause fasciculations (small spasms) in the muscles controlled by that root, and these could be perceived as tremors. Also, weakness from root compression can upset the balance of opposing muscles, causing a type of tremor as your brain tries to compensate. However, if you are having tremors, there are many other possibilities, so you should talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Many reasons: There are many possible causes including medications, age, caffeine, stress, essential tremor, and Parkinson's disease to name a few. See your primary care physician to have your tremors evaluated. If he/she is concerned, you would be referred to a neurologist. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tremor.html ...Read more
6 yrs ago suddenly got isometric tremors hands and body lifting in gym. Stopped working out. Problem persists. Jittery even w/light weight. ?
Neurologist: I recommend that you be examined by a neurologist to determine whether you have a neuromuscular disorder to account for the tremors. If advisable beta blockers may be prescribed after the assessment. ...Read more
Tremors: You should consult with your doctor asap. There are many possibilities as to the cause of tremors. ...Read more
Pls educate me. What is possible condition for body tremors (only visible by hands) in upright position but none in supine or prone position?
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