Doctor insights on:
Occasional Leg Tremor
Internal tremor, wobbly feeling, pulsating in back of head, weak feeling in legs, headaches, occasional nausea, numbness round back of head, cold too?
My 4 month old boy has leg tremors every once in a while. Is it something that is common or is it worth worrying about?
Tremors: Infants typically are jittery when they feel insecure, so I suspect that is what you are seeing. So the next time your son has a "tremor" grab the leg and if that stops the motion you are dealing with jitteriness, a normal finding. On the other had if grabbing the leg does not stop the "tremor" , see your doctor and look into i ...Read more
My leg tremors involuntarily when middle of the sole is placed on a edge of a chair or the floor. what could be the causes. is it a compressed nerve ?
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
Husband had an acute but short lived (10mins max) gross tremor last night on one side affecting his arm and leg. 1st time. BP today 150/81. Wt 20st.
I am taking Paxil (paroxetine) 20 mg , before bed. At night I experience tremors sometimes its my leg a couple times my whole body shook. Should I be worried?
No, but do tell Dr.: This is not a good side effect - tell your provider and ask for alternatives. Different approaches may have less serious side effects and adding talk therapy might be a good idea too. Your neurological seizure condition may complicate things, so be patient and cautious. I hope you find a better choice. ...Read more
Hard to know: I recommend that you see your doctor. ...Read more
Depends on context: Any healthy 7yo who begins to feel nauseated and shaky at the onset of an illness is likely to be scared and worried about whats happening with their body. Their developmental constructs at that age perceive of magical good or bad things, so the unexplained events can be big in their mind. In the absence of other signs of illness, this can be a faint or reaction to frightful event. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers