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Can I Be A Surgeon With Shaky Hands
Seeing a rheumatologist in june and i was wondering if I should also mention being dizzy along with my joint pain. Can they go hand in hand? Ra?
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
Lately developed a very slight tremor or shaking that i can only feel. I can't see if i hold hands or arms out or anything. What can this be?
Essential tremor: is when you have uncontrolled tremor in parts of your body. It is known to be familial condition, meaning that it runs in your family. Because there is no cure for the condition the treatment reduces the severity of the tremor. Rec.: see a neurologist for evaluation and management. Best... ...Read more
Doctor: Try your primary care physician or a neurologist. ...Read more
Im 18 and possibly got a diastasis recti, can it be fixed with out surgery? And what is a cause? And can I still gym with it?
Fixed ???: Diastasis Recti is just a descriptive term that can be applied to the configuration of your ab muscles.If they set further apart than "normal"they have diastasis- or a setting apart. If your abdominal wall is firm and there is no abdominal contents trying to push out (hernia) it is fine to leave it alone.Hernias need fixing,any other issue is cosmetic & both would require surgery to correct. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can you tell me is it normal after having chemo therapy to have a numbness feeling in your feet and hands?
I have really cold hands and feet, is this a circulation problem? Anything I can do without a dr. Visit?
Yes and No: Usually cold hands and feet are more typical of raynaud's syndrome; the blood vessels contract when in a cold environment, making them colder. Best to wear gloves (even indoors, if needed). Socks & house shoes for the feet. Peripheral vascular disease can also cause cold feet (although not usually cold hands) and would be associated with pain in the calves with walking/exercise. ...Read more
Can you tell me if my hands are slightly shaky (not a ton, not even noticable really) could i still become a neurosurgeon, or a cardiothoracic surgeon ?
Depends: Becoming a neurosurgeon requires many years of specialized training. To begin, you must have completed medical school with outstanding academic performance. Along the way, you would need to first learn if it even appealed to you. If the hand tremor is mild, it would not be an advantage but may be something that you could compensate for. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a presentation today and feeling very nervous can I take a propropanol to help with the nerves ???
Be careful: While many people use as needed propranolol for performance anxiety, if you haven't taken it prior, I would be careful. Everyone's response is different and it could make you feel "slow". So if this is a really important presentation I would think twice about using it for a test run of propranolol. Best of luck. ...Read more
I am a diabetic (type 1) and would like to get a tatoo done. Lately my readings have been good with the occasional "hypo". Can it be done?
Yes: As long as your sugars are under good control, there is no medical reason why you can't get a tatoo. ...Read more
Give more details: This question cannot be answered without giving us more details of what you are experiencing. ...Read more
Is it okay to have a swollen hand/extremities with little to no feeling after carpel tunnel surgery?
If I have heart disease, should I be concerned if i experience tingling hands and feet during and after exercise?
I have occasional lightheadedness, and on other occasions I feel a head-rush similar to an adrenaline rush. I also sometimes have a tingling sensation in my feet and hands. Should I be worried about brain tumors or ALS? Or is this anxiety 101?
Need more info: Your complaints are common to many conditions both physical and psychological. It would take an exam and a detailed personal history to try to understand what is going on. First start out with a visit to your family physician who after an exam and interview should be able to set you on the right road to feeling better. ...Read more
I work at a very hands on job with a lot of lifting and wrist movement. If I have surgery to jave a ganglion cyst removed can I go right back to work?
I'm having a slight hand tremors and my job needs very constant hands and btw i'm a bodybuilder so what could be the treatment .
Need to see your doc: I don't know if anyone of your relatives has this. Sometimes a benign tremor runs in families. Not typical for parkinson's disease. See your pcp or a neurologist. They'll want to find out more and examine you to make sure it's not something else. Benign tremors are not 'serious' but can make one self conscious & uncomfortable, & there are medicines that can help. ...Read more
I have general fatigue and weakness and cold hands and feet. I also lost a lot of weight. I'm starting to worry about chfcould it be this or the wl?
Hello, I have shaky hands and im wondring if i can be surgoen, irealy would like to be one , and what the things i can do to me to make the shks go away?
Shaky hands: It depends how shaky they are; general surgeons can shake more than brain or eye surgeons; many times shaking is congenital but can also be from thyroid disease - before you make any life choices see your doctor or a neurologist and get checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A number of causes: Could be neurologic in origin/Parkinsons, intention tremors , medication induced, thyroid conditions. Best to discuss this with your primary doc. Important to see if the tremors are one sided, coarse or fine ...Read more
Alcohol withdrawal: Alcohol and other similar sedatives (barbiturates, benzodiazepines etc.) produce a physical dependency. When the drug is withdrawn ( wears off overnight), morning tremor ("the shakes") commonly occur. It is a result in part of high levels of adrenaline produced in withdrawal, which also raise blood pressure and pulse and increase sweating. This is a sign of alcohol dependency - get medical help. ...Read more
Asthma: Asthma and any other condition that causes shortness if breath can likely cause some degree of tremulousness but also give consideration to the medications used to treat asthma. Two common symptoms of short beta adrenergic agonists (such as albuterol/ ventilin) are tremulousness and palpitations. ...Read more
Brain stimulator??: If your hand shaking is from essential tremor (an inherited disorder that would be present in one of your parents) and the tremor interferes with your performance of important activities (such as drinking from a cup, eating in public, writing, putting on make-up, using a computer, etc), then a deep brain stimulator (dbs) could be extremely beneficial. Consultation w the right doc could tell you. ...Read more
Can you get shaky hands due to improper weight lifting form ? This problem started to happen like 3 weeks ago. Thanks in advance.
Sometimes I have shaky hands which is really visible when i try to keep my hands still is this adrenaline i've had this most of my life just hands?
You on medication?: Sounds like a butterfly wouldn't sit in your hand for long would it? Lol...Are you on medications such as Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) or other stimulant for any reason? Anybody in your family with same type of hand tremors? Do you suffer from excessive nervousness or anxiety? If the problem interferes with your activities then, it should probably be treated otherwise, continued observation would be the best. ...Read more
My hubby has shaky hands, ate just a few hrs ago, and is having a hard time remembering what he's doing. Ex. Went to the br & forgot what he was doing?
Tremors: It is not uncommon to have familial tremors, which bother when the hands are held upright. This can also occur secondary to medicines and hyperthyroidism. (parkinson's tremors usually start on one side, and are present at rest, rather than sustention). Many medicines can help, such as benzodiazepines, xanax, (alprazolam) primidone, even alcohol (not the best approach). Avoidance of coffee or stimulants? ...Read more
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