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Sudden tremors l+r hands/arms after nausea, dizzy, distorted vision (fish bowl). Brain MRI clean. Mild c3-c5 stenosis, bone spurs. Cause of tremors?

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In brief: Tremors

Most likely the stenosis at c3-c5 is the cause.
The opening where the nerve exits the vertebrae is narrowed so the nerve is pinched. Stress, muscle spasms would make the stenosis smaller and cause more pressure on the nerve.

In brief: Tremors

Most likely the stenosis at c3-c5 is the cause.
The opening where the nerve exits the vertebrae is narrowed so the nerve is pinched. Stress, muscle spasms would make the stenosis smaller and cause more pressure on the nerve.
Dr. Jason Armstrong
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Dr. Thomas Dowling
See a neurologist as the associated symptoms you describe are not consistent with spinal stenosis nor are tremors consistent with spasticity presenting only with severe cases causing myleopathy
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