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Newborn Leg Shakes
Other causes: Some newborns may have changes in their metabolism eg glucose level which may contribute or cause this symptom. I would recommend having this evaluated as soon as possible. It may be normal, but the seizures in newborn infants may present very subtly. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
4 yr old child, 3.5 lb premie.Since birth while sleeping or napping, wakes up with spasms of the body, arms, and legs, jerking and screaming.Then she re?
My body goes into uncontrollable shakes? Legs and shoulders and arms shaking rapidly, heart beats fast. Tasted vomit once. Bornwith blood clot onbrain
Natural response: One of the natural results of inactivity is loss of muscle mass.To prevent this in a baby, the brain sends out random messages to the muscles that trigger random movements. These start in the womb ; persist until the nerves link up brain control and allow purposeful movement.Some random movements will persist during sleep even in adults. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varying leg pain, upper legs, often right leg. 17 years old, often shake my legs to relieve. Sleep with pillow between legs. Any idea? Thanks
Cervical Stenosis: I am worried she may have narrowing of the cervical spine aka cervical stenosis. Have her see her physician for neurologic evaluation. ...Read more
Very unusual symptom: It is difficult to understand what exactly you mean without watching you when you walk down stairs. In any case see a neurologist. ...Read more
Is head crawling in 10.5 months old infant normal? He is also doing weird hand movement (twirling his right hand).
Concerned : Using the head to crawl is unusual, especially when combined with abnormal head movements. An evaluation of motor strength and unusual muscular tone is warranted. A general pediatrician should be able to perform the initial exam and determine if further work up or referral is necessary. ...Read more
Delivered baby 16 months,still feel body edema,left leg and ankle larger than right,knee pain,breastfeeding?
Could my son have als? He's dizzy, tingling in hands and feet, weak legs, stiff fingers, stiff legs, sometimes stumbles on word choice. He's 17
Hubby has severe muscle cramps in his legs , stomach, sides. Potassium level fine. Drinks plenty if water. What can help? Usually every night.
My 6 weeks old nephew is experiencing trembling legs. His leg is shaking vigorously. Please suggest.
Heart pounding all over, hand shakes, left hand finger twitch, when i talk feels like my tongue sticks out, leg shakes when standing?
Daughter is 17 said she is having shooting pain up her spine, ribs , neck. All severe pain, crying. Arms and legs numb. Hospital?
30yrmale.Since6month leg muscle weakness(had vitD,B12 def).CKP is 184.feel fatigue in leg when i walk for 10mins.is it Myopia?will kidney get affected
Need more informat: WE need more information. It is not myopia and I doubt we have enough information but unlikely to be kidney involvement. Weakness can be vascular, neurologic problem or muscular to suggest a few possibilities. Your physicians will need to consider these and other causes. ...Read more
My son has horrific muscle spasms in thigh and calf, with wasting. Discoloration in foot, hair loss on that leg. EEG EMG MRI Blood work all negative.
According to Internet Guillian barre syndrome can effect limbs but my baby 13 months also can't move his head , and falling his head on shoulders
See DR: This format will not be able to answer this concern. SEE THE DR> ...Read more
My mother age is 58. High blood pressure patient. She feels her feet burning and feel her feet heavy mostly before going bed at night. Please advice?
Burning feet: Your mother's burning feet can be caused my a multitude of conditions. She may have had too tight of shoe-gear, socks or increased activity. She may have some type of nerve disease associated with peripheral neuropathy. Try elevating her feet and massaging them before going to bed to see if this helps. Also applying vicks vapor rub made alleviate some discomfort. Follow-up with her pcp! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
New limp?: Since you didn't specify how old the baby is, I just wanted to point out that a NEW limp in a toddler should be evaluated. Babies and toddlers aren't forthcoming with a lot of information - they often don't pinpoint what's wrong. But a new limp needs to be checked out. Good luck. LGromkoMD ...Read more