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Brain Psyc Motor Symptom Tremor
Spasms are a symptom of essential tremor? If yes, deep brain stimulation surgery can improve spasms as well as tremor?
For ET possible: Depends what is causing the problem. Spasms can be caused by many things, usually peripheral and unlikely to respond to dbs. There is some evidence that dbs helps with refractory et (2008 american academy of neurology, practice parameter publication). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shaking Hands Or Tremor (Definition)
Shaky hands is a symptom in a person's hand or hands has a tremor (shakiness or small back and forth movements). Shakiness can be present at rest, all the time, or only when the person is trying to use his hands. Causes include, brain problems, nerve problems, muscle problems, medicine effects, drug abuse, etc. ...Read more
Spasms are a symptom of essential tremor?
If yes, deep brain stimulation surgery can improve spasms as well as tremor?
Possibly: Please get in touch with a neurosurgeon or neurologist who are involved with this procedure. The degree of tremors that you are affected with, as well as what causes them, will be very important in understanding wether you are a candidate for this procedure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it possible 2 have MS even if the brain MRI was normal? I have all the symptoms; fallen102 times since oct12, speech&memory issues, tremoring etc
Are brain fog and tremor, nervous breakdowns, difficulty swallowing and difficulty saying some words ALL symptoms of thyroid dysfunction?
Brain fog?: Sorry: "Brain fog" and "nervous breakdowns" are of no use in assessing your problem because they don't really mean anything except to you. Have you been diagnosed with thyroid dysfunction? Or are you looking for some physical cause for what is actually a psychological problem? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have hypercalcemia and 4 small brain lesions. Doctors aren't sure what's wrong. Symptoms: constipation, dizziness, slight arm tremor, gerd. I'm 21.
Any ideas on what could present with a raised hand rash AND neurological symptoms (brain fog, tremor, loss of balance?)
These are my symptoms. Fatigue, sweating, constipation, hand tremors, weight gain, brain fog, feeling like my heart is racing. I know this isn't normal?
Increase in vertigo events & tremor post TIA (q? Sepsis complication) with brainstem symptoms. Awaiting MRI & Transoesophageal Echo. Potential DDx?
Embolism: It sounds like your doctors suspect endocarditis which may throw septic emboli into the brain which causes ischemia or infarction of brain tissue and depending on where the tissue damage is, you would develop symptoms similar to what you describe. Are you on broad spectrum iv abc? are you on anti-coagulants? why are you waiting for a brain MRI? that should be done urgently to eval brain insult. ...Read more
Looking for a good movement specialist in Las Vegas. I have tremors when reaching up. I have left side weakness, lesion on right side of brain. ?
Neurological Eval.: In my opinion, you need a good neurological evaluation. How long have you had your symptoms? If they are new, and especially if they come and go, I think you should go to the ER. If they come and go, then that sounds like transient ischemic attacks, which are basically warning signs for a stroke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having severe nausea and tremors after working out. I have high levels of stress and think this may be a factor. Also, weird feeling in brain. ?
Non-headache migrain: Many people develop symptoms of a migraine reaction with nausea, vertigo, tremors, visual blurring, pale and sweaty in a stress situation. This can be brought on by strong exercise. Just modify the exercise and perhaps pre-treat with Ibuprofen or aspirin. May want to consider anxiety state and ask your doctor about some anti-anxiety medication to use as needed. Keep up good health habits. ...Read more
If a person undergoes deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson's disease, are the tremors permanently cured?
DBS improves tremor : Parkinson's disease is a disease of the whole brain, and tremor is one sign. Luckily, dbs works great for tremor. It may even help the tremors permanently. However, dbs does not stop the progression of parkinson's disease. As the parkinson's disease progresses, other signs develop that are not helped by the dbs. This is a complex discussion that should be held with your movement disorders doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My neurologist said tremors, speaking issues and unsteady gait were due to nerves in my brain. Is there a medical term for this?
Does MS show on brain mri? Pressure headaches and tremor and confusion . What can I have ? I have sjögren's syndrome .
Ceruloplasmin is .14 and urinary copper is high. patient is experiencing tremors, brain fog, hyperglycemia, neuropathy, would could be ?
I suffer from moderate depression and benign essential tremor and want to undergo brain scans to determine brain disease.
Should I and which ones ?
Go to your doc: Tests are very rarely abnormal and are usually unnecessary, Your primary doc should do a compete regualar and neurologic exam and refer you to a neurologist if he finds anything. MRI of the Brain with and without contrast are the most common, but without a definite need you'll be wasting money and time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had CT scan done cause having headaches. Brain was normal. Headaches went away. 3 days later my TMJ flare up (gum)and I develop tremors all over. Why?
Can gralise help tremors, all neuropathies, chronic back pain, damaged nerves improve. They want to insert an electrode mechanism in my brain. Help pl?
Body tremors, hot flashes, chest pain, brain tingles, spaciness after tapering off of klonopin (clonazepam) over the course of 1 mo. Was taking 1 mg daily. why?
Could be dangerous: Tapering off clonazepam should only be done under careful physician supervision. The symptoms you are describing could be from too rapid taper and you should be checked out by a physician immediately. A taper of clonazepam must be done more slowly the longer that you have been on the medication. You really need to address this with your physician as soon as possible. Best. ...Read more