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Can diabetic nerve damage cause tremors in your hands when trying to articulate or manipulate objects?
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Dr. Alvin Fried
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Probably not
What you have sounds like what is called an intention tremor.
This occurs in many people without diabetes as well as diabetics. It is usually something that is difficult to treat but does not mean anything serious is wrong. The only way to tell is have a full examination with a neurologist.

In brief: Probably not
What you have sounds like what is called an intention tremor.
This occurs in many people without diabetes as well as diabetics. It is usually something that is difficult to treat but does not mean anything serious is wrong. The only way to tell is have a full examination with a neurologist.
Dr. Alvin Fried
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Dr. David Bozak
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
In brief: No
Not that i've heard of.
Usually decreased sensation and possibly pain. You should see a neurologist.

In brief: No
Not that i've heard of.
Usually decreased sensation and possibly pain. You should see a neurologist.
Dr. David Bozak
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