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Inability To Do Repetitive Hand Movements
It's possible: It is possible that you have carpal tunnel syndrome. This is a syndrome caused by repetitive movements that causes hand tingling and eventually hand grip weakness. Please see your md to obtain a emg/ncv (muscle and nerve study) to determine if you have carpal tunnel syndrome.See 1 more doctor answer
Neurological issues: Different reason could cause peripheral tremors. More information is needed, and the patient needs to be evaluated to determine what will be the most adequate treatment.
Involuntary hand mov: Yes it is called essential trmors.Get a more detailed answer ›
Requires examination: and x-ray: hopefully a sprain and not a fracture.
Movements: these repetitive hand movements seen both in autistic and Rett syndrome is at times considered " self stimulating" if, it also involve increase masturbation. No particular specific medication helpful, however worth mentioning would be Beta Blockers( Inderal) Another med Tegretol may help (Temporal lobe connection). Paxil, SSRI may decrease the obsessive intensity. small dose Haldol (haloperidol)
For over 2 years now I have had a terrible pain in my dominate hand when I do certain movements and when I put pressure on it. what is this?
Pain Hand: This could be due to various causes. Involving joints, bone, muscles, nerves, spasm of blood vessels. Be examined to determine the cause. All the best.
3 times random wrist pain Left only. Hurts with use & movement on back of hand side of wrist. What could cause this & what to do w/o paying for appt?
De quervain syndrome: if your pain is on the thumb side that could be inflammations of thumb tendons called de quervain's syndrome , treatment is by steroid injections and anti inflammatory medicationSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise: I am stumped as to what you mean by 'hand movement' but this does not in any way sound like a valid exercise that would increase metabolism of excess calories.
Possible but how?: It is certainly possible to have a broken bone if you you had any significant injury. Without injury, broken bone is not likely and more possible a tendinitis of some type. If a joint is suddenly became swollen, mild redness, and very painful to move, then possibly gout etc...If the pain is that bad, check with your doc. In the meantime..Motrin/aleve may help with pain..Good luck.
Hii met with accident and my left hand wrist got hurt and I was under rest with Pop bandage after 15 days im not able to do movement?
Fracture?: You need to see a doctor. Did you break the wrist and now it is healed inappropriately? Only an X-ray can tell us.
Hi. Fell on ice 2 weeks ago. Landed on hand. Possible to have fractured it ? Hand is cold. Hurts with certain movements. Thank you
Sprain vs fracture: Without bruising, a frequent sign of a broken bone, a fracture is doubtful but not proven to be absent. Consider your hand is broken at the sorest spot until an x-ray proves that it is not. X-rays now-a-days are cheap, fast and accurate. I hope the x-rays are negative.
I feel that the movement of my fingers of hand have become restricted. Also my hand is quite cooler than the rest of my body. Whats the cause?
Have it evaluated: Get the hand evaluated. It is impossible to say without examining it.
Bodyheavy sensation/almost paralyse triggered by hand movements subside w/rest 1-2min.Periodic paralysis/lakeofsleep? Vanishes for months sometimes
Worrisome: Paralysis is always a concerning symptom. I would recommend an examination by a primary care physician to do a full neurologic exam including deep tendon reflexes, grip strength, gait, muscle symmetry, etc. Given your age and no other history, I would want to rule out myasthenia gravis, among other common neuromuscular disorders possibly include blood work, imaging and EMG testing.
4 m.old baby has repaired from erb's palcy.affected/left hand mostly up & more active. Rom exercise are daily 8 movements-20 reps,6 time. Is it a lot?
Left hand palsy: If you are able to do this it will be helpful
I was a goalkeeper and stopped a read fast ball with my hand. my hand fold all the way back and since then my hand hurts when I fold it to the back. every other movement is ok. what can it be?
Sprain/strain: How long ago was injury? It sounds like you strained/strained your wrist (well, more correctly, a ligament/tendon/muscle). Cold packs are useful immediately after an injury. Since all other movements are ok, I'm less suspicious for fractures & dislocations. But if pain persists or gets worse or prevents you from doing your normal daily activities, I'd recommend seeing your Family Doc or Sports Med
I have numbness and tingling in both hands that gets worse when sleeping, gripping or repetitive movement.Painful when trying to grip small objects.?
Carpal tunnel issues: These symptoms would most likely be due to carpal tunnel syndrome. Repetitive work or other activities that involve much motion with your hands and forearms can foster it. An EMG is an accurate means of diagnosing. Treatments are very effective and include work modifications, physical therapy, medications, and surgery.
Trigger finger: This is due to contracture of a fibrous pulley for the finger muscle and occasionally a swelling of the tendon. It can be minimized by elevating the limb which allows gravity to drain the fluid. But sometimes needs treatment with steroid injection or surgical release. See your hand surgeon for evaluation and treatment.
I woke up this morning and my left hand is numb and i can't control the movement..What could it be?
Possibly serious: See a doctor there are possibly serious things but without the opportunity to do an examination i cannot say for sure.
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