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Have drooping eyelids what are the chance it is due to myasthenia gravis will that effect\ my afib or essential tremor if blood test is positive?

Have drooping eyelids what are the chance it is due to myasthenia gravis will that effect\ my afib or essential tremor if blood test is positive?

MG: It is quite possible that droopy eyelids could be myasthenia gravis but it shouldn't necessarily affect afib. However, tremor might be accentuated during periods of fatigue with mg. ...Read more

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Dr. Lois Freisleben-Cook
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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


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What are the causes of eye tremors?

What are the causes of eye tremors?

Nystagmus: Nystagmus is an involuntary eye movement which usually results in some degree of visual loss. The degree and direction of eye movement, amount of visual loss and resulting impairment varies greatly from person to person. You should check with your doctor, if your eyeball twitches. ...Read more

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Low ceruloplasmin blood test is 15 and range 20-60. Have palatal tremor and eye pain. Chances of it being wilson and can treatment reverse tremor?

Low ceruloplasmin blood test is 15 and range 20-60. Have palatal tremor and eye pain. Chances of it being wilson and can treatment reverse tremor?

This is serious: Either you have wilson's or your don't. If you do have wilson's, we can manage it with your compliance. Your physcian knows how to do the workup; serum copper is just a not-that-good screen. Don't even try to estimate the odds; just remember how horribly treacherous wilson's is, and how grim missing the diagnosis would be. ...Read more

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Low ceruloplasmin blood test is 15 and range is 20-60. Have palatal tremor and eye pain. Chances of it being wilson and can treatment reverse tremor?

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Low ceruloplasmin blood test is 15 and range is 20-60. Have palatal tremor and eye pain. Chances of it being wilson and can treatment reverse tremor?

Wilson's testing: Palatal tremor is not a typical manifestation of wilson's disease compared to arm tremor affecting proximal muscles. However, with the low ceruloplasmin, follow up testing including liver function tests and 24 hour urine quantitation can be useful. The gold standard continues to be liver biopsy in cases that are uncertain, but this is an invasive test. ...Read more

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What can cause a tremor in right hand, have it for a long time & i also get very bad headaches with eye pain.

What can cause a tremor in right hand, have it for a long time & i also get very bad headaches with eye pain.

Migraines: Migraine headaches can cause symptoms to manifest in the upper or lower extremity. The symptoms can vary from numbness and tingling, to weakness, to tremors. Usually when the headaches go away, so do the symptoms. ...Read more

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I have stiff hands & knees, numbness / tingling down right side, a tremor, and fuzzy sight in my right eye. What is this?

I have stiff hands & knees, numbness / tingling down right side, a tremor, and fuzzy sight in my right eye. What is this?

See your Doctor: It is prudent to pay attention to any visual symptoms.Fuzzy sight can be a number of things, but in conjunction to the other symptoms it is best to see your ophthalmologist, and a neurologist to be able to fully evaluate these comprehensively. ...Read more

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Tremors while at rest. Change in position and they subside. Also, right eye tremor/twitch. PCP noted hyperreflexia, (both knees). ?

Tremors while at rest. Change in position and they subside.  Also, right eye tremor/twitch. PCP noted hyperreflexia, (both knees).  ?

Tremors: Tremors are fairly common and most are essential tremors, but can be sign of Parkinson's. Also can be associated with drug or alcohol withdrawal. ...Read more

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Barely visable but full body tremors.Cant keep legs still need to move. Eye twitch since thurs.Something majorly wrong?Normal thyroid no drug/caffiene

Barely visable but full body tremors.Cant keep legs still need to move. Eye twitch since thurs.Something majorly wrong?Normal thyroid no drug/caffiene

Consider side effect: I assume you have been examined by your provider and have normal vital signs and normal chemistries including calcium and magnesium levels. Next, i would wonder about your plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine). Side effects have included headache, dizziness, vertigo, tinnitus, nystagmus, nerve deafness, convulsions, ataxia, irritability, nervousness, emotional changes, nightmares, and psychosis. Consult md about stopping it. ...Read more

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38y f. Twitch right eye.Tremor in head&neck.Constant headache for 3mo.Trouble breathing.Balance off&vertigo.Walking difficult.Trip often.Pain.Advise ?

38y f. Twitch right eye.Tremor in head&neck.Constant headache for 3mo.Trouble breathing.Balance off&vertigo.Walking difficult.Trip often.Pain.Advise ?

Neurophthalmologist: Your symptoms need complete neurophthalmology evaluation. Twitching of eye lid alone should not be a problem, however, with headache, sob, vertigo may mean something much more significant. ...Read more

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Blood work for eye pain, palate tremor. Ceruloplasmin low 15. Wbc borderline 4.7, phosphate alkaline bl 44. Ast 20 ALT 22. Possible cause? 23 yrs old

Blood work for eye pain, palate tremor. Ceruloplasmin low 15. Wbc borderline 4.7, phosphate alkaline bl 44. Ast 20 ALT 22. Possible cause? 23 yrs old

Blood tests ok: Your blood test results are within normal limits. These do not provide an explanation for your symptoms. All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and usually the doctor who ordered the test is in the best position to do that. It would be prudent to see a doctor for an in-person evaluation. ...Read more

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Could I have temporal artertis? Had eye exam in July,normal. Since June,headsches, sinus infect.,eyes red,side of head will tremor.head CT scan norma

Could I have temporal artertis? Had eye exam in July,normal.  Since June,headsches, sinus infect.,eyes red,side of head will tremor.head CT scan norma

Temporal arteritis: can be identified by blood tests as well as a good physical examination by your ophthalmologist. A CT scan is not needed in most cases. If the blood work suggests you have temporal arteritis then a temporal artery biopsy can completed to confirm the diagnosis. Please see your doctor immediately if you suspect temporal arteritis since it can lead to permanent vision loss relatively quickly. ...Read more

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Curious as to what would cause: brain fog, hand tremor, eye twitch, joint pain, acid reflux, lightly bleeding gums, anxiety and impending doom?

Curious as to what would cause: brain fog, hand tremor, eye twitch, joint pain, acid reflux, lightly bleeding gums, anxiety and impending doom?

Too many symptoms: A symptom diary is helpful in such cases. One can write down the symptoms that happen each day, along with the activities that day, the foods eaten (including drinks), and medications taken. Write on a big calendar. Include whether or not the medications help the symptoms. Then a doctor can START with the most bothersome symptoms, as multiple symptoms usually means several visits to the doctor. ...Read more

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Dx: palatal tremor and trigeminal neuralgia. Mri single hyper intense frontal gyrus. 23 years old. Left eye pain and right throat pain. Is this ms?

Dx: palatal tremor and trigeminal neuralgia. Mri single hyper intense frontal gyrus. 23 years old. Left eye pain and right throat pain. Is this ms?

Possible: But i would expect there to be more MRI abnormalities other than what you have mentioned? A lumbar puncture in order to run labs on your spinal fluid may be enlightening. ...Read more

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Dr. Prem Gupta
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Tremor (Definition)

Tremor = involuntary ...Read more