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Hand Won T Stop Shaking
I'd like to see it: Trapping nerves doesn't result in limbs "shaking." If you've pain you may've broken something. Fine tremulousness based on this is a possibility. Something a bit less good to have may be a simple partial seizure following a good whack the head. If you'd like to connect with me by webcam & show me what's going on that'd be best. Or go to an ER. Connect? Www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR ...Read more
My hands won't stop shaking, it had started happening about a week ago after exercising for the first time in months, and my diet has also been bad.
See your doctor: I would recommend you see your doctor regarding new onset hand tremors/shaking. Exercise itself should not be a cause of this. You should ask to get some lab work, and should also avoid taking any over the counter stimulants: energy drinks, caffeinated drinks, coffee, and also any decongestants or products containing pseudo ephedrine (ephedrine sulfate). ...Read more
I'm going to school to become an ma and my problem is my hands won't stop shaking when I draw blood, I'm not nervous or anything. What should I do?
Talk to your Dr: Essential tremors can sometimes be improved with medication--your dr or a neurologist should be able to help determine what may most likely help you in your situation. In the mean time, try bracing / resting your hand on something--the patient, the counter, etc, to see if that helps reduce the tremor. ...Read more
I'm going to school to become an ma and my problem is my hands won't stop shaking when I draw blood, I'm not nervous or anything. Can someone help me?
What do you advise if I was dumb and took 12 Benadryl (diphenhydramine) pills now my fingers won't stop shaking (hand tremors). Will this side effect go away?
See you doctor: Please seek out your primary care physician and discuss this with him/her...Your tremors may be mild; or part of a bigger disease process...Either way you should be under the care of a physician; and potentially a neurologist. Best of luck! ...Read more
My friends 2 1/2yr old daughters hand recently started shaking non-stop and she can't help it. What could this be?
Be seen: Tremors are not uncommon, but she should be seen to look for other more serious problems. ...Read more
Med eval: There are many types of tremors that can cause your hands to shake. I encourage you to see your physician for a comprehensive evaluation. He or she may opt to refer to a neurologist. Take care. ...Read more
Tremors: U need to find, with the help of your doctor, the cause or origin of these tremors so u can treat that. ...Read more
No: The most common cause of a tremor is familial tremor; if this is you, your physician can help you with medication, for example propranolol. If you have Parkinson's or some other cause of tremor, this needs to be addressed. Enjoying your body isn't the cause and I'm sorry that someone told you something like this -- life's hard enough without superstition. Best wishes. ...Read more
All today my right hand has been shaking like crazy. The only way to stop it is by using my other hand or something.... Possible reasons behind this?
No: It does not sound like it should be connected so no medical reason it should ...Read more
My hand shaking l do masturbating too much if I stop masturbating my shaking of hand will stop or not. If not what should I do?
See a doc: Shaking hands or tremors could be a sign of an underlying medical condition, not just muscle fatigue from overuse. If you are embarrassed by the idea of telling someone you can certainly stop & see if it helps. If you do not see improvement within a week you need to have it evaluated. ...Read more
I fell earlier today while skating, and I tried to stop with my hand. It was shaking for a bit, and now it hurts with pressure / bent forwards to much?
While I was resting my right hand started shaking I couldn't stop it for no reason felt lightheaded the shaking got worse and lasted for an hour?
Need examination: Well, you really need to have a look see with a physician & quite possibly a consultation with a neurologist. But 1st, have a primary doc take a look at you, get some info, blood work, urine, & maybe they'll find something of interest. I'm happy to serve as an in-betweener since I hear getting neurology consults in the UK is tough. Www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi ...Read more
I have severe shaking in my hand, but I can stop it when I realize I am doing it, what is that called medically? Type of tremor or something else
Is there any coping mechanisms and ways to stop hand tremors (hand shaking) from anxiety when out in social gatherings? I’m not on any medication
What could be wrong with my 13 year old daughter her hands won't stop shaking and keep turning blue and green she is always cold we had the doctors check to see if it was circulation and it wasn't and I have checked her blood sugar
Your: Your daughter needs to have another complete medical evaluation. Those symptoms are abnormal and she needs to have complete testing until it is assured that she does not have a serious condition. Please see your pediatrician again and share your concerns, and take a list of all of her symptoms with you. ...Read more
Keep getting random shakes in legs, arms, and hands. Ranging from just noticable to the point where I cant stop shaking or sit still.
You need to see a: Neurologist for further evaluation, urgently.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a tic in the corner of my mouth and sometimes shaking hands when I get nervous around people. I get nervous a lot. Is there a way to stop this?
Yes,: Treatment depends in the nature of your tic and include medication or behavioral therapy depending in the severity of your symptoms. ...Read more
Sudden onset of cold sweat, weak, hot, shaking hands, fast breath, intense craving for sugar candy or orange juice. Stop after eating candy.....?
Blood sugar?: Sounds like one of a few things - anxiety or dehydration (which were cured by time) or hypoglycemia (which was cured by the sugar). There are a few other less likely things down the list. You should eat, sleep and exercise regularly. If this is recurrent or you actually lose consciousness as a result of one of these episodes you might want to see someone. ...Read more
I cut the blue vein on the top of my thumb and it hasn't stopped bleeding for a few hours. I feel dizzy, confused and I can't stop shaking. Advice?
I've had people ask me why are my hands shaking. I don't even notice it until someone asks why? This last time I was aggravated
Tremor: Many people have what is called 'essential tremor'. It often runs in families. It causes fine tremor of the hands when using them. There is no tremor when the hands are at rest. It can be bothersome but it's not serious. Medication can help. There are other less common causes of tremor such as hyperactive thyroid. Your doctor can rule these out. ...Read more
Lately, I can't grip my right hand tightly. Sometimes even holding the pen is hard n it'll be shaking. Why is it happening?
Whenever I drink coffee in the morning and haven't eaten by afternoon at all my hands start shaking really bad and I feel it through my body?
I need your help. My hands and fingers are shaking all the time for some time now (a few little years, can't tell how much though). Is it something bad?
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
I woke up this morning and my hand wasn't working; my wrist simply won't move. I can't even grip a pen. I have been awake for at least five hours and have tried shaking my arm and hand, massaging my wrist, and forcing my hand into positions I want it in.
Arthritis, ligament injury, fracture, tendonitis, nerve compressions such as carpal tunnel, spasm, synovitis all can affect the hand and wrist and make it feel different.
Id call a hand or orthopedic surgeon or your pcp, as you know it is not normal formostl of us to have a hand that doesn't work. ...Read more
Several: Depends on age and other factors. You may have "essential tremor". You may have hyperthyoridism. You could have early Parkinson's dz. You may be anxiious. It could be due to drugs. There are many more possibilities limited by this 400 letter box, but if you are concerned, shake a leg and get to the doctor! ...Read more
See your doctor: There are many causes for this. Your doctor need to examine you and run diagnostic tests. Somce causes of tremor are: drugs, withdrawal from drugs/alcohol, hyperactive thyroid, liver problems... Neurological causes include: multiple sclerosis, stroke, neurodegenerative disease... Tremors can also run in the family and sometimes there are no causes at all. ...Read more
Hard to say?: Constant shaking of the hands or arms even at rest needs to be checked out. This is often due to a neurologic disorder. These can be mild, like a benign essential tremor, or more serious like parkinson's disease. See your doctor to get it checked out. ...Read more
Several things: Realize you are depricating yourself by frequent casual sex of any type. You are alo being used. Until your self esteem improves, you have a problem. There is anexpression that "you get what you think you deserve" in a relationship. I would suggest you see a psychologist, counselor, or talk to anyone with common sense. Your current behavior will not take you to a positive place. Good luck. ...Read more