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Dyspraxia: This is a pretty complicated question and requires a good assessment from a neuropsychologist. Here is a uk website that might help. Http://www. Dyspraxiafoundation. Org. Uk/services/dys_glance. Php. ...Read more
Dyslexia: Dislexia is a disorder of symbol identification. Reversing the orientation of letters is seen in some cases but is not diagnostic. It may be due to not consistently recognizing right or left. It can be seen in young children as they start to write words and letters, confusing them with b-d, p-q etc. It usually is outgrown by 4th grade but can persist into adulthood. ...Read more
Neuasthenia: Not directly. Neurasthenia is an old term and is something of a grab bag designation to cover a lot of things. Neurasthenia is characterized by general irritability, lack of concentration, worry, and hypochondria. It was introduced into psychiatry in 1869 by an American neurologist. Neurasthenia can cover a wide spectrum of symptom. Some people think of it as a synonym for chronic fatigue syndrome ...Read more
Motor Neuropathy: Motor neuropathy causes changes in the musculature. These changes causes tightening of the tendons or contractures. These can cause changes in the hands which will lead to change in handwriting. Causes of motor neuropathy include diabetes, alcoholism, vit b deficiency, HIV meds, some cancer treatments, syphilis and the list goes on. ...Read more
No: Dysgraphia is a deficiency in the ability to write primarily in terms of handwriting, but also in terms of coherence. ...Read more
Discharge from d&c and hysteroscopy: significant findings box: 6cm rlv cerirty (spelling, can't read dr.'s handwriting!) what could that mean?
Normal: It's normal to have some dark brownish or red discharge following d;c, hysteroscopy. As far as your doctor's handwriting, I have to say, I dont' know what he/she was saying either? 6cm could be the length of the uterus, a short but normal length for uterus. Maybe someone else on healthtap will have an 'ah-ha' moment for you and be able to decipher 'cerirty'. Call your doctor in the morning! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My memory is very poor. I cannot remember new names, any math above basic multiplication, and my handwriting is illegible. What could cause this?
More information..: We would need to know what has happened in prior years. Is this something new or this has been ongoing? Is this getting worse? You would need to see your doctor (preferably a Neurologist) first and find out what could be a physical cause for this. If everything is fine you might need a psychological evaluation for any learning disabilities you might be presenting. ...Read more
Esophagus manometry result says."abnormal, requires h4".Meaning? Not too sure about the "requires" part though, poor handwriting.
There's been little conversations in my head by people who don't exactly exist. I keep seeing notes in my handwriting that I don't remember writing.
Hi: At age 16, there can be a lot of things in life that are stressful and confusing. It sounds like the chemicals which keep your brain in balance are having a bit of a problem. Talk to your parents or your clergyman about this and obtain guidance of what to do from here. The last thing you should do is ignore this. I am sorry that you are having problems, you will feel better soon. RJ ...Read more
Is there a brain or mental handicapped issue with people who have really sloppy handwriting? My handwriting is really sloppy, people making "insults".
No: Handwriting is a learned behavior and unless there has been a sudden change in writing, don't worry. ...Read more
Can the experts please talk about the neurological disease which cause difficulty with handwriting?
Could my motor skills or handwriting specifically have been affected by the results of chemo therapy?
Maybe: Some chemotherapies can cause neuropathy or nerve damage which can impair fine motor skills. Some of the most common chemotherapy which can do this woud be docetaxel, paclitaxel, revlamid, thalidomide, cisplatin, vincristine, vinblastine. There are others though so it is best to discuss with your oncologist especially if your still on chemotherapy because the dosage may need to be decreased. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Transient changes are possible. However what most of us do not realize is that handwriting ansd other learned behaviors like it are not just fine motor tasks dopendent upon fingers but depend a lot on arm and forearm movements. Thus you could tape a smooth wrting marker to your wrsit and you'd be suprised how simialr your handwritng is.
Writing aids such as grips etc help. ...Read more
Handwriting is faint and it's barely legible due to wrist pain. Could it be the lack of use finally sneaking up on me?
If I hold something my hands start to shake bringing cup to mouth, handwriting, etc is difficult. Started amantadine 5 days before symptom onset have now ceased taking symptoms still occurring, cause?
My right hand index finger twiches and imy handwriting is in not my control and it doesn't allow me to write and sign papers?
See below: These symptoms could be serious and need to be thoroughly evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
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