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Why Do I Have Tremors In My Hands
Tremors: You should consult with your doctor asap. There are many possibilities as to the cause of tremors. ...Read more
From over three months im having massive headaches and sleep disturbances. Apart from that occasionally I have slight tremors in my hands.
Work up needed now: Sudden changes like this are always suspicious. A full work up includes a neurological exam, MRI brain, and medicine review. While these symptoms may not be related, many diagnoses come to mind that do include both. We don't know your age, or past medical history, or lifestyle, but no online program can assess this situation adequately. Every day delay may be significant. Call for appt today! ...Read more
I get bad tremors in my hands but now my legs will shake so badly at times it feels like I can't control them at all. Any ideas what could be?
Right question...: ...wrong place. When I was a neurology resident, my chairman said, "Never do a neurologic examination over the telephone." (It was pre-Web.) The disclaimer you agreed to says that HealthTap docs don't diagnose. You're on Rx'd meds so you must have a doctor & what you're describing doesn't sound subtle. What does (s)he say? Sounds like you may need a neurology referral. ...Read more
I masturbate 2-3 times a day n I m feeling tremors in my hands especially under stress. Can they b related, I also take salbutamol for my asthma. Help?
Not related: You're enjoying your body like most of your peers and this won't cause health problem. Salbutamol is famous for causing tremors like what you describe; maybe 10% of folks get this. Ask your physician whether there's some other rx you could try, and also whether you might have familial tremor which often shows up at your age (did mom / dad have the shakes like you?). ...Read more
Tremors in my hands uncontrollably for over a week with no cause. Light headed and dizzy, my whole body feels weak like jello and feeling faint. Help!
Go to the hospital: LuciL you sound seriously dehydrated or perhaps profoundly anemic. You may have been losing blood from an ovarian cyst or from something else (internal bleeding). This is a dangerous situation with probably very low blood pressure and you could die or pass out while driving for example, so please drink something salty right now and call 911 or have someone drive you to hospital. ...Read more
I have had fibromyalgia most of my life I am now 48 recently I started having tremors in my hands and my legs shake at certain times when I get down to pick something up I have difficulty standing back up I have to hang on to something my new knees are we
You need to try --: -again shorten up your statement & ask a question. There's no question here. ...Read more
I began shaking and twitching all over my body after I woke up, and I have tremors in my hands, feet, arms. Eating didn't help, not too stressed out.?
Many reasons: There are many possible causes including medications, age, caffeine, stress, essential tremor, and Parkinson's disease to name a few. See your primary care physician to have your tremors evaluated. If he/she is concerned, you would be referred to a neurologist. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/tremor. Html ...Read more
Possibly: Compressed nerve roots can cause fasciculations (small spasms) in the muscles controlled by that root, and these could be perceived as tremors. Also, weakness from root compression can upset the balance of opposing muscles, causing a type of tremor as your brain tries to compensate. However, if you are having tremors, there are many other possibilities, so you should talk to your doctor. ...Read more
6 yrs ago suddenly got isometric tremors hands and body lifting in gym. Stopped working out. Problem persists. Jittery even w/light weight.?
Neurologist: I recommend that you be examined by a neurologist to determine whether you have a neuromuscular disorder to account for the tremors. If advisable beta blockers may be prescribed after the assessment. ...Read more
See doc 4 treatments: Unfortunately, there isn't much in term of meds available otc to treat neuropathy/tremors unless you have some vitamin deficiency such as low B12 or b6 etc....Since you are experiencing much symptoms, I suggest consulting doc for treatment. Regardless of the CMT result, you have significant symptoms affecting your life and this should be treated. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi! I feel anxious because of my medical exam next week. Can I take betabloccers to reduce tremor of my hands?
Well: The beta blockers can help with benign tremors but really you should work on coping skills and be comfortable to talk to your doctor about anything. Being dependent on a medication does not treat or solve your issues ...Read more
What kind of dr should I c for pain and numbness and tremors in hands? Is happening off and on every day. What can I do?
Hand Clinics: In many urban areas there will be a group of orthopedic specialists that work primarily on hands. They are often called the hand clinic. ...Read more
Pls educate me. What is possible condition for body tremors (only visible by hands) in upright position but none in supine or prone position?
When my 2yo reached w/his r hand it tremored. Just that hand shook while reaching only. Noticed it for about 10 min and then not again since. Worry?
.: If it was a one off thing and he seems normal with no change in behavior and not appearing to be ill, he should be ok. Keep watching him, if he has more of these episodes and he is unable to control them you might want to being it to his doctors attention. ...Read more
There are many reasons for hand tremors and the therapy should be tailored to what is
causing the tremor. For example, if you are on thyroid medication and are getting a bit too much, then the dose should be adjusted. On the other hand, if you're drinking too many caffeinated beverages every day then reducing may be a good option. Tremors of Parkinson's or essential tremors can respond to meds. ...Read more
Depends: Hand tremors can be due to a variety of causes, most of them not serious. Reduction in stimulants (coffee) may help or additional medications such as beta blockers can help with some types. To determine what type of tremor it is you should see your local neurologist. ...Read more
Rare: I do not believe that most family physicians and pediatricians would be comfortable diagnosing a 3 year old with this symptom. Certainly we would evaluate and give an opinion but would more than likely as you to be seen by a pediatric neurologist. There isn't one of them hanging on every tree so a referral to a children's hospital or referral center would likely be necessary unless in big city. ...Read more
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