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Why when I use or move my arms a lot I feel my arms heavy and sometimes trembling and the back of my neck hurts like it's muscle taut?
From your description you may be experiencing muscle fatigue and strain.
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I am experiencing waking up all of a sudden with vibration or trembling feeling in the whole body specially arms and legs?
Waking up shaky: This may be normal. Discuss with your Dr. Give us a question we can answer next time. ...Read more
I have been taking latuda (lurasidone) and trileptal, after 4 weeks I have higher sensitivity to the cold, trembling and aches/pains in my arms, why?
CYP34A induction: Side effects of Latuda (lurasidone) can increase with concomitant use of CYP34A hepatic enzymes inducers like Tegretol and Trileptal (also St Johns Wart and others) Use of Latuda (lurasidone) for Bipolar I in combination with Depakote or Lithium is well known. Latuda (lurasidone) is one of the few antipsychotics that helps with symptoms of depression. Its use as an antimanic agent has not been documented. Tell your psychiatrist ...Read more
I GOT A NUMBNESS IN MY LEG AND ARMS AND I VOMITTED AND MY BODY WAS TREMBLING AND DAZE. I MADE MRI MY DR SAID THAT THE MS ARE NON SPECIFIC. PLS ADVICE?
Neurology and PE: I strongly advbise both a medical and neurological examination with blood testing. If symtoms persisit today- go to the ER. ...Read more
120bpm, breathing shallow & heavy, with both arms trembling post 3 BMs in succession. It has since normalized. Vagus nerve stimulation?
VNS?: Vagal Nerve Stimulation is used in the management of medically refractory epilepsy and depression. Perhapse you are thinking of Vaso vagal syndrome due to valsalva can occur when straining to have BM. Make sure you are not constipated from the Tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine. Keep well hydrated. Consider using a stool softener. Be sure to tell your doctor about this. ...Read more
Can cymbalta (duloxetine) cause trembling? Less than 3months on 120mg. Mostly in hands&lower arms. Occasionally in leg but not as strong&frequently as hands&arms.
I have weakness throughout my body, most noticeably in my arms and hands, thicker saliva than normal, occasional slight dizziness, and body wide trembling. What could these be symptoms of? I'm not on any medications.
See your doctor: You may have caught a cold or the flu. If your symptoms gradually worsen or don't go away after a day or two you need to see your doctor. If you live in an area that has a lot of mosquitoes you may want to get checked for west nile virus because this is a bad year for it and september is usually a peek month for cases to rise. ...Read more
After a panic/anxiety attack I get the shakes and trembling feeling. After they stop however, I get a sore arm and leg for the rest of the day. Normal?
See doctor: Panic attacks are not typically followed by physical symptoms such as sore arm or leg. Please see your pcp for exam and proper diagnosis to explain your symptoms. Panic attacks may be confused with other disorders, eg, hormonal, cardiac, neurological. Need to rule out medical cause for shaking and sore extremities. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
Arm hand and leg trembling last few years getting worse withmuscle aches can't keep foot on gas pedal keeps jerking around and off of it?
See neurologist: There is obviously a problem and it needs to be investigated. 3 years of this? It is time to seek help. ...Read more
Arms and legs trembling uncontrollably and dizzy while stood in bathroom this morning, disoriented as went to sit on toilet to rest and was not near the toilet at all. Eyes not really focussing during episode. First time, generally healthy 33 yr old femal
You need to be seen: A physician will need more background information to help you since there are several diverse causes for dizziness. Based on the suddenness of the event and the maintenance of consciousness, I would wonder if this is an inner ear problem such as labyrinthitis or benign positional vertigo. Other possibilities: low blood sugar, heart arrhythmia, adrenal issue...if recurs then go to ER. ...Read more
Hello yes my body starting shivering uncontrollably and my arms keep numbing up what can possibly be doing this?
In 07 dc with neuralgia in left thumb and forefinger now slight trembling in my forearm and compressive band sensation bothering me when I breath?
I woke up found numbness in left arm and hands my hand is shivering when I move it it incr. The numbness please help what is it did I sleep on it 4 long?
It should return: Often when sleeping or keeping a limb in a certain position for a prolonged period of time either circulation is reduced or nerve compression occurs and this will cause of loss of function. Most of the time sensation and movement return within 1-3 minutes once the person awakens or moves the limb. Sometimes it takes longer. You should see a neurologist if no improvement for much longer. ...Read more
Very bad burning pins and needles in legs and arms. Can you damaged yourself from shivering too much? Will it get better?
Went to go bed last night and my whole body started shivering uncontralably it lasted about 20 mins today I feel drained and my arms and legs ache?
See your doctor: You should see your primary care provider ASAP for a more complete evaluation. You'll be just fine, but need to get to the bottom of this. It could represent a serious infection among other things. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Nonspecific symptoms: Many reasons for shivering, burning & cramping. You didn't mention any medications but diuretics (water pills) can upset salt & mineral balance leading to cramping. Vitamin deficiency can lead to burning sensation (peripheral neuropathy). Shivering can be due to feeling cold, some medications, and most worrisome, an infection. Go see your family doc if this doesn't resolve soon. Good luck! ...Read more
If persists, see dr.: Not entirely clear what's going on. I would suggest a neurological work-up (first with a primary care physician and, if that does not do it, then a more comprehensive work-up with a neurologist). In the meantime, you might want to try magnesium supplementation to calm your nervous system. Remember also exercise, diet, and sleep. If you're otherwise healthy, I would not be too worried. ...Read more
Exercise: Bicep press, preacher curl if you go to a gym and tricep exercises. You can do tricep exercises using a chair, goggle tricep exercises to see examples. Curls you can do with a pair of dumbells if you don't go to a gym. Make sure you don't do high repetitions but do no more than 6 to 8 reps with weight that fatigues your muscles. Best wishes. ...Read more
You may be describing an immobile arm in children.
Causes of an immobile arm in children
life- and limb-threatening conditions
complicated fracture or dislocation with associated neurovascular compromise, open fracture, or compartment syndrome
necrotizing cellulitis or fasciitis
bone tumor or malignancy (eg, osteogenic sarcoma, acute lymphoblastic leukemia)
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Radicular pain: If the pain is coming from your neck down the shoulder into your arm the most likely source is the cervical spine. It is also possible if the pain starts at her elbow and goes in your hand that the pain is coming from the ulnar nerve itself. Only a thorough history and physical exam by your physician can determine the true cause of your symptoms. ...Read more
Nerve irritation: The position of your arm while sleeping probably either irritated a nerve, or cut off blood supply to the muscles which allow you to move your arm. This is common, as long as the sensation and movement normalizes within several minutes of waking up. If it does not return to normal, you need to see your doctor. ...Read more