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Nose Bleeding And Hands Shaking What Is Going On
Not normal: Go see your doctor. There is not enough information given to tell you anything else. Either way I think you need to see your doctor. ...Read more
I'm currently feeling dizziness, body swaying, head moving on its own, hands shaking, increased heartbeat. What is wrong?
F/20.Start crying, hard to breath, heart pounding fast, red patches on chest, hands shaking. Hands&head feel like minor shocks. Any idea what it might be? Pls
Is there any coping mechanisms and ways to stop hand tremors (hand shaking) from anxiety when out in social gatherings? I’m not on any medication
Many: The differential diagnosis for tremor is quite large, i.e. there are many possible causes, ranging from too much caffeine, to anxiety, to a host of neurological disorders. See your primary care doctor and if he/she can't figure it out, ask for a referral to a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Nettles: Histamine release = pain. Wash the skin with soap & water. Make a paste of baking soda and water (sticky consistency) and spread over the affected area. In a pinch you can spit on the affected area because saliva can neutralize the chemical irritants. In the woods – apply mud to the area. Curly dock can also be rubbed on the area. ...Read more
Vague question.: PMS sx's are not typically "hands shaking" so look for anything that might also cause this. Do you drink alcohol to excess? Are you allergic to anything? Any medication or drug use? Any medical conditions? Check these out first, then follow your MD's rx. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why are my hands shaking? My husband noticed that when I am holding my fork between bites at meals, that my right hand is shaking.
Essential tremor: Tremor of hands can be physiologic, meaning a normal body reaction, to stress, anxiety, exhaustion, or caffeine. Alcohol withdrawal can do that. There are medical conditions that can cause tremor, including essential tremor, hyperthyroidism, or various neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease. Rhythmic shaking while holding utensils are likely essential tremor. ...Read more
My 14 yo son is complaining of his hands shaking sometimes. His grandfather has hx of benign familiar tremor. Last night he was performing and sx agai?
Get Him Checked:
I suggest that you get him checked by his Pediatrician to make the right diagnosis. As you say he may have Essential Benign Tremors and get it treatd
Meanwhile avoid caffeine and stress
If symptoms are troublesome he can be put on medicine to control the tremors.
There are various choices like Beta Blockers and others ...Read more
Could be: If your shortness of breath is very mild you can try stopping all caffeine and see if your symptoms resolve. If the shortness of breath is not mild you should be seen right away to make sure there is nothing more serious causing it. Nevertheless you should stop caffeine and see if you improve. If you do, please reduce consumption, or preferably stop drinking these drinks. ...Read more
My daughter is 14 an had a close to fainting episode at school, tingling lips, hands shaking an tingling sensations. About 5 run up an down her body.
After reading about HPV, I have been worried about getting it via holding hands, shaking hands, hugging etc. With friends and all, Shall I be worried?
Not so much: HPV is a family of viruses. Those with the most consequence are the strains associated with sexual transmission.Although there is times when these strains will shed & contaminate various surfaces it appears the STI strains pass only with direct skin to skin contact along with a mechanical or abrasive event. These strains are also site specific, tending to live only on specific genital skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was nearly fainted 3 times & really fainted 2 times within 3 months. Sudden dizziness, sweating, vision blackout when standing. Often hands shaking.
Low blood pressure: The symptoms you describe are most likely related to low blood pressure. You may have a syndrome called orthostatic hypotension or possibly neurocardiogenic syncope. They are diagnosed and treated differently, but both share the common symptoms you described. Taking your blood pressure lying down, then standing for one minute, than after standing for 5 minutes will help to determine the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can Zoloft (sertraline) cause bilateral hand tremors when trying to hold object still: like phone or pen? Mild shaking bilaterally when holding hands out infront
Yes, it can: In the pre-marketing clinical studies, more than 10% of people experienced tremors with zoloft (sertraline). So yes, it could be causing the problem you have. How long have you been taking it? If only for a short time (few weeks) there's still a possibility this may resolve. If going on for longer, it may not. Please discuss with your psychiatrist or other prescribing physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have finished medical school. I have a problem with noticable hands shaking, when performing something. I'm also very anxious. Any advice?
Trremor a/w anxiety: Tremor comes in many forms. Benign essential tremor is common but the type of tremor should be diagnosed by your primary care physician or neurologist. Stimulants including caffeine can make tremor worse. Certain medications or cognitive therapies can improve both tremor and anxiety and your physician may be able to recommend a therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If your hands shaking and have acute bruising over the middle finger and is quite swollen is that bad?
Swollen finger: This needs to be looked at to rule out infection/injury. ...Read more
What do you advise if I was dumb and took 12 Benadryl (diphenhydramine) pills now my fingers won't stop shaking (hand tremors). Will this side effect go away?
I've had people ask me why are my hands shaking. I don't even notice it until someone asks why? This last time I was aggravated
Tremor: Many people have what is called 'essential tremor'. It often runs in families. It causes fine tremor of the hands when using them. There is no tremor when the hands are at rest. It can be bothersome but it's not serious. Medication can help. There are other less common causes of tremor such as hyperactive thyroid. Your doctor can rule these out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers