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Involuntary jerking movements on legs/arms, sometimes it is so bad. Why?

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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine
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In brief: Jerky movements

These involuntary movements can be caused by many neurological conditions, like dystonia, essential tremors, multiple system atrophy, huntingtons disease, myoclonus, parkinsons disease, certain drugs etc.
You should consult your doctor.

In brief: Jerky movements

These involuntary movements can be caused by many neurological conditions, like dystonia, essential tremors, multiple system atrophy, huntingtons disease, myoclonus, parkinsons disease, certain drugs etc.
You should consult your doctor.
Dr. Yash Khanna
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