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What causes the body to shake uncontol

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Posted on Sat, 9 Mar 2019
Question: What causes the body to shake uncontol
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Answered by Dr. Prasad (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Few causes are explained...

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Involuntary movements occur due to few known conditions. Can you explain about the event? It will allow me to understand the problem better.

1. Which part of the body was affected - is it generalised all over the body or only a few parts were affected?
2. How long was the episode?
3. Did the patient bite tongue or pass urine / stools during the episode?
4. Was the patient conscious and aware of the surrounding when the event occurred?
5. Was there loss of consciousness after the event?
6. Did the patient experience any symptoms before the episode?
7. Is this the first time such an episode occurred?
8. I see there are anticancer drugs, cardiovascular medications along with thyroid supplements in the list of medicines along with antidepressants, can you confirm the list of medical conditions this patient is known to have.

It would be better if you can answer all the aforementioned questions.

Awaiting your response...

Regards

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Brief Answer: Few causes are explained... Detailed Answer: Hi, Involuntary movements occur due to few known conditions. Can you explain about the event? It will allow me to understand the problem better. 1. Which part of the body was affected - is it generalised all over the body or only a few parts were affected? 2. How long was the episode? 3. Did the patient bite tongue or pass urine / stools during the episode? 4. Was the patient conscious and aware of the surrounding when the event occurred? 5. Was there loss of consciousness after the event? 6. Did the patient experience any symptoms before the episode? 7. Is this the first time such an episode occurred? 8. I see there are anticancer drugs, cardiovascular medications along with thyroid supplements in the list of medicines along with antidepressants, can you confirm the list of medical conditions this patient is known to have. It would be better if you can answer all the aforementioned questions. Awaiting your response... Regards