Can brachial neuritis cause tremors in the upper body and tingling in the hands? What's the cause? Had a neg brain, neck, and back MRI.

Response. Brachial neuritis causes fairly intense pain, and would be unlikely to cause tremors, but hyperthyroidism, some medications, recreational drugs, and heredofamilial essential tremors might be far better explanations. See a local neurologist.
Neurology consult. brachial neuritis should not cause tremors in your upper body; however, may affect your hands. Call your neurologist for a definitive diagnosis.

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