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Involuntary Movements Of The Head
Why am i having involuntary movements on the right side of the nose below right eye. Just happen today for 3 hours now. Like nerves moving on its own.
Involuntary movements of the eye and lip. I have this small contractions of the lip and a small movement in the eye for about a month. What can it be.
Hemifacial spasm: If the eye is forcibly closing with a contraction of the same side of the face and an upward moving of the lip then this may be hemifacial spasm. This is usually a benign condition but evaluation by an eyemd is needed to rule out associated eye or neurological pathology. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Involuntary movements an issue? Have invol. Movements only when i try sleeping. Lip puckering/ twitching. Jaw moving. Muscle twitch. Face twitching.
Could be normal.: Involuntary movements may occur during the dreaming phase of sleep. Some people may have difficulty getting to sleep because they worry a lot and when they finally fall asleep their muscles twitch which can cause them to wake up. It can also happen when you are very tired and yet you may have a hard time to relax and sleep. I wouldn't worry too much about this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am experiencing constant, repetitive, involuntary movements and twitches in my mouth, stomach, abdomen, and legs. Have anxiety & depress. Take med?
My uncle recently began to have involuntary movements of the arms, legs, feet and mouth (like a breathing fish) with movements of tongue inside mouth?
Chorea: Chorea is dance like movement of the arms and trunk. Many movement disorders can be associated with this symptom. Certain medications can also cause these symptoms, especially the ones you are describing in the tongue, which may represent tardive dyskinesia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Movement disorder: Resting tremor is worrisome. Some persons are nervous and have a need to move even when trying to sit still. This may be normal, but may indicate a disorder. Tourette sydrome can begin in this manner as can parkinsonism. A thorough medical evaluation would be appropriate. ...Read more
I'm : I'm sorry but this question is difficult to answer over the internet. What you need to do is to see a neurologist interested in movement disorder who will be able to diagnose the problem after seeing it. It could be any number of things that are potentially treatable. Good luck. ...Read more
Arm jerking: Involuntary arm jerking may represent either seizure or motor tics, in case of seizure if the arm jerking is sudden and vigorus with preserving of awareness, it can be a myoclonic seizure, if the movement is rhythmic in one side and unable to control it but can feel it, so it can be a simple partial seizure, then eeg can help in the diagnosis. The other possibility is motor tic with normal eeg. ...Read more
I am experiencing some rather violent sensations in my chest, mouth, and head. Until recently, I was for three experiencing constant involuntary body movements in my legs, feet, abdomen, and mouth, but not in my head. A week ago I started taking Amantad
Are some mild involuntary head and mouth movements normal in elderly, (89) or are they only caused by medications like Seroquel (quetiapine)?
My son is 3 years, 5 months. He has recently started having occasional episodes where he inhales as if short of breath while sitting or without moving. He has also for the last few days had frequent involuntary neck/head movement. No pain complains. ?
Possibly tics?...: One who makes repeated noises or movements, or twitches his face, may have tics, which are exaggerated habits. Of course, he might have allergies or throat irritation that "encourage" tics to continue because irritation makes him sense there is some throat discomfort. Some doctors check for strep throat when a child has new tics with throat symptoms. "Reminders" worsen tics. See pediatrician. ...Read more
NO: Tourettes syndrome is a movement disorder characterized by presence of both motor and vocal tics for more than 1 year. Involuntary eye movements can be a motor tic and depending on the duration maybe transient (less than 1 year)chronic (more than 1 year). As a result only eye movements is not tourette syndrome. ...Read more
See ophthalmologist: Involuntary eye movements such as nystagmus (rapid back and forth movements of the eyes) may be congenital (born with it) or acquired and must be evaluated by a specialist in eye diseases known as an ophthalmologist...Treatment may be with special lenses and/or with surgery. ...Read more
Greetings. I have a strange feeling which forces me to clench my Jaws..Yawn and make some involuntary face movements. Went for a Scan with a nurologist and couldnt make cause I was asked to to move. But there were involuntary facial movements.
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