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Causes Of Dropping Things
Need eval: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
I've been dropping things accidentally lately and I've also been stuttering whenever I talk. What could this be a sign of?
Does arthritis in your hands make you drop things? Is there anything that can be done to help me stop dropping things? I'm only 35.
Have noticed a huge increase in dropping things, first I would bobble them, now I drop them. This happens everyday. I have a seizure disorder.
See doctor: You need a. Total examination. See you doctor ...Read more
What is wrong with my brain? I'm 27 years old and I feel like I'm losing it. I'm so clumbsy lately, dropping things. I have a hard time comprehending/remembering things. Get thoughts/words mixed up. Memory is so bad I forget what im watching on tv during a
Problems: Problems with attention, memory, mood, sleep regulation, coordination and bladder control could reflect a process affecting the entire brain or multiple parts of the brain, but are unlikely to be caused by something affecting a portion of the brain or a portion of the spinal cord. Potential causes could include inflammatory or autoimmune diseases, such as hashimoto encephalopathy or multiple sclerosis. Most of these problems (but not all) are also symptoms of major depression. These problems deserve evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
I was in a serious car accident. I have had lots of memory loss, dropping things, back/neck pain. Who is the best type of dr for me to see?
PCP to Neurologist..: To see you PCP is the first step and s/he will refer most likely to neurologist or neurosurgeon depending on how long you have been after head injury. How to get all related things for good care done correctly? Follow instructions as described in https://ebettercare. Com/feel-become-sick/. Then you can work better with the doctors so to reach right diagnosis for right care. All the best to health. ...Read more
I have been feeling faint and dizzy when I get up from a sit down position. Also, have been dropping things. What could it be?
I get more clumsy a few days to a week before my period - dropping things, bumping into furniture, etc. Is there a scientific explanation for that?
Yes: Just before your period, your estrogen and progesterone levels drop dramatically, changing your brain chemistry. This can cause all sorts of symptoms, among them slowed reaction time, fuzzy thinking and clumsiness. (As if bleeding weren't bad enough!) If severe, these and other symptoms are part of the Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS). Best wishes! ...Read more
Dropping things, bumping into things, urge to lie down/sleep where I am, limbs heavy. Am I "sleepy" or "fatigued" or both? Mostly occurs end of week.
Why are my hands trembling so much? I have also been dropping things left and right. Don't know if it's stress or my sleep apnea, or both. Please help
If this is to the: Point that you are repeatedly dropping things - you really need in-person medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
Pain and numbness around wrist bone, should I be concerned? When wrist is bent certain directions or has pressure pushed on it I get shooting pain and lose function of wrist to where I'm almost dropping things. (ex: I am a c.N.A. And when putting my hand
See a physician: Carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, ganglion cyst, or even arthritis could be to blame. Difficult to determine based solely on your symptoms-- you should have your wrist/hand examined to determine the cause. Pay close attention to the location of your numbness, since that information is very useful to your physician in making a diagnosis. ...Read more
Had carpal tunnel surgery done in both hands 5 months ago but still dropping things and finger stiffness.
Check for high Blood pressure, lose weight and sleep by 10 pm. STOP ALL MILK, CHEESE, DAIRY, CHICKEN AND MEAT and start eating a lot of fruits and veges. The biggest thing you can do for urself is to STOP GLUTEN
Make sure your Vit D is above 40 and become a vegan....dont waste time as you are already 70 years....exercise by walking 5000-10000 steps/day ...Read more
Tingling neck to hand, electric shock, dropping things, my hand lets go of objects, Xray bone spurs in neck sending me to neurosurg. Correct next step?
Pos ana, increasing: numbness hands feet, dropping things/clumsy, forget things. Vit d deficiency explains muscle weakness, read can be assoc MS how?
Hi, I'm 37 f. Suffering pain, tingles & weakness in hands, dropping things, night time blindness in r eye, hearing loss&tiredness, could it be arthritis?
Complicated: Your presentation is very complicated and will likely need a number of specialists to figure out. There are a few rare disorders linking loss of vision with hearing loss that are in the 'arthritis' family. Consider consulting with ophthalmology, otolaryngology, and rheumatology to find the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
I had a stroke 9 years ago with no apparent lasting damage, but now have trouble feeding myself without dropping food, what could the cause be?
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