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Essential tremors during workout - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   when i work out, or actually just do somethin overly physical that i havnt done in a while, my lips start quiviering and i lose controll of my actaully draws up and i look like im puckering my lips. i cant talk or move my mouth. it also makes my hands tingle and in some cases makes my hands curl up and i cant move them. i was in the air force and they did a nerve study and my nerve conduction was fine. they also did a brain scan and found nothing abnormal. but this honestly scares me. should i go to the hospital and get it checked out? it also gets difficult to breath
Doctor :   Dr here
Doctor :   let me read ur query
User :   thanks
Doctor :   May i know ur age, weight height ?
User :   im 20..5 feet 5 inches and weigh 120 lbs
Doctor :   this looks like essential tremors
User :   but what would cause that? should i get it checked out?
Doctor :   You may need to be examined by a doctor, and get prescription medications that can contrroll them
User :   it only happens when i work out
Doctor :   yes , thats why its called essential tremors
User :   oh i would just need to see like my family doctor or a sports doctor?
Doctor :   yes, a family doc will be fine '
User :   ok thanks
Doctor :   u r welcome
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