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Disease Causes Balance Problems Hand Tremors
Yes: Parkinson's disease would be the most common cause of balance issues and tremors. ...Read more
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
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.?
Hand tremors, weakness, vision problems, fatigue, mood swings/depressed mood, stressed, dizziness, loss of balance trouble concentrating/ focusing?
You need evaluation: You need to be evaluated by a neurologist, a psychiatrist, an ophthalmologist, a gastroenterologist, and a psychologist for neuropsych testing. Yours is a very complicated case that will take a team of physicians or a very bright internist to diagnose. Please ask your general practitioner for referrals to the above specialties until a cause for all of your symptoms is identified. ...Read more
I'm 33 years old been told I have these symptoms Micrographia rigid muscle muscle involuntary body moments slight tremor in hand poor balance and talk?
Parkinsonisms: The things you've mentioned can be referred to collectively as PARKINSONISMS. Given the fact, you've listed blood & lymph cancers as current conditions I'd want to look at medications, radiation, and other interventions you've received as being possibly related. If you'd like a 1-1 consult please write me at: www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi ...Read more
Elderly male with dementia. What are causes of hand tremors? Tremors may prove to be a problem when eating with a spoon. Myoclonic jerks related?
I read rest hand tremors can dissipate by lying down, which is what I experience, but dk what causes it. Does this dissipate in just anxiety?
Yes: The hand tremors may be due to the wellbutrin, (bupropion) you may want to talk to your doctor a out having the dose or potentially changing your medications! I would discuss it with your doctor before discontinuing to determine if there are additional considerations that may stopping more of an issue. Stay safe! ...Read more
I am experiencing intermittent hand tremors. Not sure around the cause, but is this normal or does it warrant further investigation and treatment?
Iv been experiencing hand tremors for past 5 years and iv been treated for all posible Cns problems but to no avail. Tremors are only in hands. Why?
Essential tremor?: Is your tremor the same in both hands? Is it present when you hold your hands up, and absent when they are lying in your lap? That sounds like essential tremor. Most people have a small tremor. Some people respond well to medical treatments such as propranolol or primidone. Some people have a more severe tremor which responds to a device called a deep brain stimulator. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Can Zoloft (sertraline) 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 (sertraline). 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 more
Is hyperbaric oxygen treatment is really an effective treatment for stroke problems such as hand tremors?
No: Some people will tell you yes, so far no proof it is being studied for strokes in general. ...Read more
I always have severe nausea and mild hand tremors after eating an apple at a "regular" speed. Any idea what causes this?
Who gave you apple?:
So long as an old woman didn't walk out of the forest & cackle as she handed you this delicious, juicy, bright, HUGE red apple then, it's cool. Your autonomic system (mainly your vagus nerve) is being overstimulated. Slow down & notice what happens. You should see a neurologist who can help.
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Severe COPD patient, now developed hand tremors. Trouble sleeping, when does sleep not feel refreshed. Frequent headaches. Poss cause? Linked 2 copd?
Sudden hand: Tremors can be due to the onset of a neurologic problem, a change in metabolism change in medication, and many many other things sometimes things that seems sudden actually come on gradually but I noticed when they start. Most tremors are not harmful however you should talk to your pcp about this and make sure that it doesn't represents something that needs attention. ...Read more
Faint: Need neurological exam & workup soon.Get a more detailed answer ›
Your symptoms need to be evaluated. If you have a history of asthma, your doctor may instruct you to take your albuterol inhaler and to procede to their office or ed.
Checking your temperature will be important information for your doctor in assessing whether there is an infection.
They will also consider checking your glucose level as well. I hope that this helps. ...Read more
What is 728.85, concerning pain and hand tremors from c5, 6? Will it ever stop, or I just have to learn to tolerate?
Fine hand tremors normal with lithium?, just bumped to 1200mg, been on 600 for years. Feel kinda faint, unsteady don't think it's related
I've been on propranolol for 7months now for anxiety & hand tremors 40mg 3x a day but lately if I forget to take 1 I have all over body tremors help?
Long-acting med: Long acting Propranolol might give you better control of your symptoms, so that fogetting a dose won't have such bad repercussions. A neurologist might have thoughts on additional meds that might help augment control of your essential tremors or investigate other causes. ...Read more
Yes: Sensory and proprioceptive nerves in the hands and feet are often damaged, while pain nerves are left intact. Overuse of an affected hand or limb can activate symptoms including numbness, spasm, and painful cramping. ...Read more
My hand tremors are intermittent. However my nosebleeds and migraines happen simultaneously with my hand tremors. Could there be a reason for this?
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. Good luck. ...Read more
Don't know: It could just be genetic or parkinsons etc. But your doctor could runs some tests to determine the origin. ...Read more
I assume yes: Especially for vibrato. There are many things in the hand that change over time and a 20 year old set of fingers is not the same as an 80 year old set. Arthritis, joint postion, hand strength, sensation, touch, and yes tremor all will affect the way the instrument is played especially for a stringed instrument. ...Read more
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