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How Is The Thyroid And Essential Tremors Related
Postural tremor: Usually hereditary and benign, it is a tremor of arms, lesser head (no-no type), perhaps legs when elevating or sustaining limb. Often self-limited, but can be assoc on occas with parkinsons, and we now have found some pts with this who have peculiar cognitive and gait problems due to frontal-cerebellar projection problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can hives and tremors be related? Seen allergist. Normal tests. 3 neuro docs. Normal tests. Thyroid normal. Cardio normal. Normal gi. Next option?
I am getting tremors of right side since 3yrs thyroid functions normal,NCS done last year was normal, happening randomly,lasts 10 secs. I am 23?
There are: many potential causes of tremors which need to be evaluated by a good neurologist. Thyroid problems are a very rare cause and apparently have been ruled out in your case. ...Read more
Wut tests should I ask at my endocrinology appt? I have body tremors, lightheadedness, fatigue. Thyroid has been checked several times was normal.
Leave it to Endcrino: You have to provide your symptoms and the reason you are there to see the Endocrinologit and after you are examined the Doctor will know what tests to order as the tests are based on what the Doctor thinks will help make the correct diagnosis LET THE DOCTOR DECIDE ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been having internal tremors in full body since one month. My thyroid level was within range but vitamin d level was 17 and vitamin b12 was 275?
Internal tremors?: So you feel shaky inside? In other words, no one can see these tremors? If so, this may be due to anxiety & stress. Low vitamin D is unlikely to be cause but should be supplemented for bone health. Likewise w/lowish vitamin B12 for nerve health. This assumes usual reference range. Of note, you/we should really ask for lab's normal reference range that should have accompanied results for interpreta ...Read more
Tremors started way before celexa. Nobody in my family has tremors except me. On going over a yr. Nornal CT & mri. Wut is cause? Normal thyroid to.
Tremors: At your age, i would expect this to be a essential tremor. This used to be called a B9 familial tremor until it was found out that not everybody who has it has a family history of it. This type of tremor is not present when your hand is a rest but it has more of what is called an intention tremor component where as you try to use your hands the tremor gets worse. A parkinson tremor is a resting tremor with the classic three beats per second pill rolling characteristic.Any neurologist should have no difficulty diagnosing this. The treatment is Propranolol or mysoline. ...Read more
Normal head MRI & ct. Normal thyroid. What's next to see why I have body tremors? I get left head pinching for a year now too.
Check B12 Levels: Get your B12 levels checked. Often over looked, a B12 deficiency can present with vague neurological issues. Then see a Neurologist. ...Read more
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