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Dogs Leg Shakes
Heart pounding all over, hand shakes, left hand finger twitch, when i talk feels like my tongue sticks out, leg shakes when standing?
I have leg weakness after fire ant bites. Difficulty walking and fatigue. Episodes of nausea/vomiting, 19 yo female. Tremors when moving legs?
Vomiting fatigue: This is serious. All your symptoms together might be a sign of a serious situation with infection and probably some electrolytes disturbances or calium deficiency. But because of the coexistence of the symptoms, I suggest you be seen by a physician in office or in the emergency room. ...Read more
Very unusual symptom: It is difficult to understand what exactly you mean without watching you when you walk down stairs. In any case see a neurologist. ...Read more
Does essential tremor cause muscle tiredness and pain?Do i've essential tremor, as my body (arm, leg, abdomen). Starts shaking if I do work/exercise
Varying leg pain, upper legs, often right leg. 17 years old, often shake my legs to relieve. Sleep with pillow between legs. Any idea? Thanks
Body tremors trouble speaking walking trouble walking. Can't hold neck up feet r stiff. Hands r stiff eye twitching. Leg r stiff. Feeling depressed?
Get to a neurologist: The symptoms you describe could be several different issues, the best type of doctor to see to start I think would be a neurologist-soon ...Read more
Diabetic-RA- lost balance-2 mos ago-fell onto sofa w/left bare heel slamming concrete floor. Painful-anything touching it & its my weightbearing leg.
See your doctor: See your doctor. Many possibilities. Need examination and blood work. ...Read more
Is legs and shoulder workout may stop height (squats, shoulder press , leg press ) im 18 years old?
Hi I am experiencing some issues such as arms being heavy but weak, body jerks I hands and legs, numbness, hands shake when not jerking. ?
Exam: You will need a neurological exam. testing, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. I suggest a neurological exam. ...Read more
Tremors In hands, weak upper arms, kinda weak in legs, dizziness, weight loss, vision off, tingling in feet, stiff fingers.Post viral? Got mri, not ms
Salt Substitute: Salt causes water retention, excess fluids that the kidneys cannot excrete may end up as fluid accumulation around the ankles. Elevate the feet when sitting to the level of your heart, wear ted hose or jobst stockings, and limit your salt intake. Find other seasonings that won't kill you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergy shot consistanly in left arm, now c/o left arm muscle pain and hand cramp in l hand an arm?
Time for Neurologist: These are such unusual symptoms that have followed allergy shots, so one should be cautious about blaming the injections on these new problems. Any injury to the body may cause a condition known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy/crps complex regional pain syndrome, but it is hard to imagine that allergy shots could bring on such a complication. Please arrange to see a neurologist now for workup. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tremors in hands, weak legs, dizzy, numbing/tingling in hands and feet, weight loss. Got MRI, no MS. ALS? Parkinsons? It's not anxiety. 17yrs old
Hmmm: No way to tell with those history elements alone. Please follow up with your doctor to share more history and be assessed further. A neurologist would be a good choice as well. good luck figuring it out ...Read more
Could my son have als? He's dizzy, tingling in hands and feet, weak legs, stiff fingers, stiff legs, sometimes stumbles on word choice. He's 17
Body aches off and on. Pain fel in fingers, hands, thigh, calf, forearms, knees. No muscle weakness. 2 weeks now. 25 yo/F . what tests shld I ask for?
Multiple Pains: It is difficult to determine any single test, or series of tests based upon a short description. General pains require separation and an inciting event. 1) Type of pain; Sharp, stabbing or dull, deep toothache 2) What makes it better, 3) What makes it worse 4) Is it constant or intermittent? and 5) Severity based on a scale which is subjective. No test is definitive; the history is everything. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer