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Clumsy Hand Syndrome
Depends: If you are having some type of neck instability it certainly coould. I hope you have consulted with a neurosurgeon. ...Read more
When our movements are not well coordinated, we are clumsy. We may drop things, run into doors, or have trouble getting projects done that require coordination of our movements. Some people are just clumsier than others. However, if someone is not usually clumsy and now starts having trouble with hand movements, walking or other movements, a visit to the ...Read more
I use to cut my wrist pretty deep and now it feels like my hand movement is more clumsy and not as accurate as I remember. Is this do to the cutting?
Yes, could be: Most likely tendon or nerve injury, probably you did not seek medical help at the time of incidence, see your doctor after examination will refer you to a hand surgeon. ...Read more
What disease causes periods of physical weakness, clumsiness of hands and legs and visual disturbances?
Doc visit: You need to see your doc for your problem. ...Read more
What could cause intermittent bilateral hand and foot numbness, slight dizziness, slight clumsiness over the past 4-6 months. Duration 1-5 minutes.
Vascular insufficien: Your several symptoms may not be all caused by a singular problem. If they are, the most likely cause is poor blood supply at a microvascular level. Even though the symptoms are relatively brief it would be a good idea to see a neurologist, who may recommend an MRI scan of the brain. ...Read more
Do you worry a lot?: ALS doesn't cause a limb to be sore or to "lock up." you also haven't adequately described your muscle "twitches" or what you mean by "clumsy? " If you're worried, posting on HealthTap won't un-worry you. See a neurologist. ALS is one of those diseases that people get irrationally terrified of? Far out of proportion to their chances of actually developing it? It's a rare disease. ...Read more
I have cspine stenosis c6/7 with bilateral weak arms clumsy hands weakness in legs unable to walk fast a change of gait can surgery help?
Yes: You describe both radicular and myleopathic symptoms if you have central canal stenosis with cord compression the natural course of symptomatic cervical myleopathy is progressive worsening with lower extremity envolvement conservative care is not appropriate in my opinion big question is this foraminal or central canal stenosis? Symptomatic central canal stenosis is best treated surgically ...Read more
Hi I started by having burning sensation on right hand now knuckles and fingers hurt and wrists both sides also feel fatigue. And clumsy hands.
Pos ana, increasing: numbness hands feet, dropping things/clumsy, forget things. Vit d deficiency explains muscle weakness, read can be assoc MS how?
Muscle Twitching, Muscle Spasms, tingly, dizzy, clumsy, some weakness in hands and feet, bad memory/cognitive funct, tired. Had bld tsts&MRI's-clear?
You've seen an MD and had tests? Diagnosis?
If no diagnosis, see neurologist ASAP. ...Read more
2 weeks ago-burning in both calves numb arms &hands, clumsy finger movements. Now constant pain in mid back with burning down spine & chest pains?
Myelopathy: Your symptoms could be a number of different things. In the possibilities is spinal cord compression causing all the symptoms described. If you have an evaluation of your brain (mri), I would also simultaneously image your cervical spine just to make sure there is no congenital stenosis or a disk/spur causing all the commotion. ...Read more
Could these symptoms be related? Joint pain/ inflammation, fatigue, postural hypotension, dry mouth, poor memory/'fog', arm/hand twitches, clumsiness
Possibly: It is possible that you may have one single condition, although it would seem more likely to be a number of conditions that may be contributing. There are a number of inflammatory arthropathies, lupus, for example, that can cause joint complaints but also a variety of systemic manifestations in their more advanced state. Consider being seen. ...Read more
Wife is taking amitryptiline 25mg for migraines and she is having numbness in face and hands and balance problems is this normal and will it go away?
Need to reassess: Your description of her symptoms is far more consistent with another explanation, such as migraine issues, and I would not feel that these problems are due to amitryptiline. However, she could be developing a peripheral neuropathy or even a problem affecting brain or spinal cord. Contact your physician and investigate the numbness and imbalance further. ...Read more
Pain in neck. Mycolic jerks balance problems muscle rigity and strength more sweating in armpit tremor in hand. Pain in neck is bad. Had images done.?
Is there such thing as a disorder or syndrome where your clumsy? It happens when I rush and am exhausted.
Normal for everyone: Everybody is more clumsy (less precise fine motor control, slower reaction times) when we are overly stressed or in a rush, and when we are exhausted. Slow down and take enough time to rest and refresh yourself -- our bodies are not designed to be "on the go" all the time. ...Read more
I have spinal stenosis, balance problems and need a cane to walk? I have fallen twice, once I broke my wrist. I am now going for physical therapy (3 times) and see no results so far. Could I go for laproscopic surgergy?
Depends: Balance problems from cervical stenosis should be adressessed by a spine surgeon before other elective procedures not as impt if lumbar stenosis depends on where the stenosis is, two falls from balance problems from lumbar stenosis dosent sound right maybe your falls are from a foot drop? If your balance issues are from cervical stenosis therapy won't help. ...Read more
Poor coordination: When our movements are not well coordinated, we are clumsy. We may drop things, run into doors, or have trouble getting projects done that require coordination of our movements. Some people are just clumsier than others. However, if someone is not usually clumsy and now starts having trouble with hand movements, walking or other movements, a visit to the family doctor is important. ...Read more
Depends: Dyspraxia is a pathological condition related to brain dysfunction, while being clumsy is not. If the clumsiness is new or getting worse, see your doctor right away, may need a neurologist to establish the diagnosis. ...Read more
Training: Anything you do a lot, you get a lot better at. ...Read more
Need careful exam: You deserve to have a careful, comprehensive history taken and complete physical exam to pull together the total picture prior to answering your question. Se an internist or cardiologist. The doctor will decide if other tests such as an electrocardiogram might be helpful. ...Read more
Whenever I go out with people, I feel weird and I tend to be clumsy when I talk and do things. How do I overcome this?
You may have social: anxiety if you worry about what others may think of you. I don't know your health system, but access help from a psychologist or other qualified mental health professional to help you understand & overcome the social awkwardness you feel. If you know relaxation/ meditation techniques, use them before you go out. ...Read more
I have problems with dizziness, clumsiness and focusing since yesterday afternoon. Do I need to see a dr. About this?
Is clumsiness a side effect or zyprexa? Because I am much more clumsy on zyprexa. I feel rushed and not as careful anymore either.
Possibly: Olanzapine does not directly cause clumsiness but clumsiness may be the result of the sedative effect or diminished altertness. Feeling rushed may be a side effect referred to as a form or restlessness known as akathesia. Feeling less careful may be a side effect of lowered motivation. ...Read more
I have been forgetful, tired, and clumsy and I ran a red light today and almost got hit by an oncoming car. What could be wrong? I dropped a cup of soda all over my car yesterday and did the same thing today with my coffee, I am not usually so clumsy
The: The symptoms you are causing you to run into dangerous situations. There are many things that could be wrong - are you stressed? Are you getting enough sleep? You should also see your doc for a full checkup including blood pressure, full exam (including neurologic) as well as complete blood test. Depending on the exam findings your doctor may refer you for MRI or neurology referral. ...Read more