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Sole Of Foot Feels Internal Tremor
Freezing cold spot on head along with head pressure and ache. Awaiting CT scan date. Internal tremor in leg/foot area. Convinced it's ms. Any ideas?
Shaking Hands Or Tremor (Definition)
Shaky hands is a symptom in a person's hand or hands has a tremor (shakiness or small back and forth movements). Shakiness can be present at rest, all the time, or only when the person is trying to use his hands. Causes include, brain problems, nerve problems, muscle problems, medicine effects, drug abuse, etc. ...Read more
Dx with parkinisons 2 years. Tremors, hemipalegia, dystonia in l foot. No arm swing on left side. Multiple meds with little improvement- suggestios?
COMPLEX: Not so sure this is simple parkinson's, and there may be a different underlying disorder here, especially in a female of your age. The lack of response to l-dopa is especially concerning. Strongly urge you seek a second opinion asap at the nearest medical school neurology clinic and get consultation from a movement disorder specialist. ...Read more
Tremor mean shaking? Thought I had tremors but google said it involve shaking and I'm not shaking. More like jumping under skin or my foot will jerk.
Left foot thumb tremor even if writing by hand. No tremor if reading book. Cramp in foot. Weak thumb and fingre grip of foot. Feel like stretching body?
What kind of disorder causes drop foot, loss of balance, twitching, tremors, dizziness and can be completely cured by taking a benzodiazepine?
An anxiety disorder: Plus or minus conversion disorder can give you all the above symptoms--and I have seen several people with such presentations. You may want to treat with a good psychiatrist who can provide long-term treatment without resorting to benzodiazepines, though. There are significant problems with benzodiazepines, especially if one uses them long-term. Take care. ...Read more
Docs stumped, head pressure, drop foot, slight tremor, lack of balance, dizzy when exercising, dilated pupils at times? High IgA n clean mri
Get Referred: If your doctors don't know what it is after all those tests, get referred to a specialty diagnostic hospital like Mayo clinic or Johns Hopkins and let them review your tests and see what else they can tell you. Sounds like you might need to see a neurologist if you have not already. ...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?
Why is it when I put pressure on the front"balls" of my foot my leg shakes uncontrollably? Happens to me with the slightest pressure
Position and balance: It could be due to your sense of foot position and balance. This is a sensation that is picked up by a special nerve called a "proprioceptor" this could be from neurological or musculoskeletal origin. Such a thing could also be due to tight muscle groups in the leg. If this seems to be getting worse or is causing you pain, you should have this evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
When I sit down and put my foot in tippy toe position it sometimes shakes uncontrollably. This happened as boy too, I'm 32 now. ALS or MND?
Of course not: The principal feature of ALS is weakness, not shaking. If you'd developed ALS as a boy, you would have been dead many years ago. If you want to reassure yourself by reviewing the features of ALS, check out http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/amyotrophiclateralsclerosis/ALS. Htm. ...Read more
My left foot shakes when I curl my toes. Last february I had a sharp burning pain around my ankle. That has cleared up but now my foot shakes.?
Internal tremor affecting feet 24/7. Awaiting CT scan. I've been suffering with frequent headaches. Any ideas on the internal shaking? Worried it's ms.
It depends...: You need an examination by neurologist: usually a ct will not be helpful, make sure there's a good reason for it. Could be many things, many of which are benign. The neurologist can steer you in the right direction. I wouldn't jump to conclusions, although ms can give many symptoms, headache and bilateral tremor are not typically among them. ...Read more
I broke my 5th metatarsal in my right foot and I'm down for 6wks. Can I lose weight by drinking protein shakes & still promote bone healing?
Losing weight: Maybe if your total calories decrease by the increased number in the shakes. Even though you may be "down" or off your feet for 6 weeks, you can still do upper extremity work outs or core exercises to burn off calories. A healthy diet is best, protein shakes are really for increasing muscle mass, not losing weight. You may gain more weight without extra bone healing benefit. ...Read more
As my 2yofalls asleep he jerks/shakes a bit. Mostly his limbs. Usually a foot then the other, etc. Sometimes it's more a shake that lasts 2-3 seconds.
Both of my legs bounce or shakes when heels are lifted up and when they are on the ball of foot. Is this clonus?
My 7 week old's foot sometimes shakes when sleeping and when the foot is pushed back toward the shin. Is this a reflex? Is it normal?
Normal: These symptoms are normal for an infant. Due to their immature nervous system they will have some "shakes" and reflexes that would be pathological in an adult. If you touch the baby's foot when it is shaking at it stops the shaking this normal. If the shaking persists then have the infant's doctor exam him. ...Read more
Have shingles on tight. Is it normal that my leg convulses when pain is worse? My foot shakes or my bum cheek moves 3secs without me "controlling" it.
I have foot pain in sole of foot, feels like cramp. Could this be because of disc bulge at L5 / s1?
Probaby not: The L5 nerve root inervates primarily the top of the foot. While the s1 nerve root does inervate the bottom of the foot, neuropathic pain usually doesn't present with cramping. It sounds like you have plantar fasciitis. An inflammation of the arch of the foot, treated with nsaids like motrin. ...Read more
Extremely cold soles of feet! Feel numb like ice. Painful dry soles and just noticed brown spots appearing on one sole of foot. Feels icy cold swollen?
Pesky slivers: Wire slivers, more than wood, have a way of working their way out. That is good for you. Now watch for signs of redness or swelling. If concerned, see a professional. ...Read more
That depends: On cause of blister and medical history. For example if your diabetic - see a foot doc right away and don't tend to by yourself. If healthy and an isolated blister with a sterile instrument after skin cleansed you can pierce the roof to drain the liquid. Do not remove the blister just drain then apply bandage and allow to dry out. ...Read more
I have a small, symmetrical appearing, mole on sole of foot but it is green in color. Is it normal 4a mole tobe green or is color smething concerning?
Get a biopsy....: It is not normal for a mole to be green. A simple biopsy will determine if it is anything to be more concerned about. ...Read more
Clear, itchy bump on sole of foot, only itchty when touched/rubbed. Water and heat have no effect. Has grown slightly over past years. Should I remove?
Plz no self-surgery: Have a foot dr or a dermatologist look at it while intact - easier to treat the cause then. ...Read more
Sudden foot pain and numbness on sole of foot. Really painful, comes & goes over last 2 wks. Not diabetic. What could it be?
Have a growth on sole of foot the last 12 months. Tried everything: veruca creams, anti-fungal creams, powders, moisturisers. None work. Please help!
See a podiatrist: You need to have this evaluated and most likely have it biopsied or surgically removed. ...Read more
Broken ankle last year. Numbness on sole of foot and when I raise my toes it feels like block in paw of foot op block damaged nerve. Can it be fixed?
Ask your surgeon, or: If your surgeon doesn't think it can be repaired, don't be afraid to ask for a second opinion. Also, was it numb since the surgery or just lately? If lately, you can have a Morton's Neuroma in your foot that causes tingling and pain and can certainly be treated. (It's a painful bundle of nerves.) ...Read more
Stitches out 7 weeks following injury to heel but despite physio still have pain up back of heel and sole of foot. Should I ignore or keep walking?
Don't ignore: Hard to say without more info about your injury and level of pain. Can take 6-12 months to heal a heel (pun intended). Early weightbearing and range of motion are important steps to recovery. That being said, it's probably a good idea to check in with the treating physician to ensure healing is progressing according to schedule. ...Read more
24 f sore on sole of foot white with brownish/greyish specks hurts a bit what is this and how can I get rid of it, it's also a bit itchy?
Wart City.: Hard to tell without really seeing it. However, your description, sounds as though you may have a wart on your foot. This is a virus infection in the skin. To remove all doubt consult with a specialist for a diagnosis and treatment plan. There are many OTC ways to treat your problem, but, the diagnosis has to be confirmed. ...Read more