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Tremors caused due to three rythym - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hello
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   am having porblemswith trembling in a three rythym. Had mri over 3 months ago. neg parkinsons and ms. bloodwork neg. What could be causing this?
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
whats ur age/sex?
User :   have a buzzing feeling in right foot when it is bad
User :   45
User :   f
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
from how many days are u having tremors?
User :   months
User :   5 months
Doctor :  
are they rest tremors or action tremors?
User :   what test should be done
User :   trembling both
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
there are many reasons for tremors
Doctor :  
do u have anyother symptoms?
User :   what needs to be done
User :   what kind of symptoms
User :   chills sometimes
Doctor :  
User :   thyroid ok
User :   b12
Doctor :  
* Too much coffee or other caffeinated drink
* Excessive alcohol consumption, alcoholism, or alcohol withdrawal
* Stress, anxiety, or fatigue can cause a postural tremor
* Normal aging
* A variety of drugs and prescription medicines
* Low blood sugar
* Parkinson's disease -- a classic cause of a resting tremor that is often accompanied by slowness of movement, muscle rigidity, and an abnormal gait
* Multiple sclerosis -- can cause an intention tremor
* Other brain, nerve, or movement disorders, including dystonia and certain inherited peripheral neuropathies (such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease)
* Overactive thyroid -- can cause a postural tremor
* Stroke
* Brain tumor

User :   ok
Doctor :   these are some of the reasons for tremors

Doctor :  
have u checked ur thyroid profile?
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