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I started feeling Tremors in my right hand

About one year ago - I started feeling tremors in my right hand and it is still continuing. Some times its speeed increases too much. Its frequency also varies - some time it is 3/4 times in a day and some time it is less. There in no time fixed. Before it started I had severe pain in the muscle of the hand for a fortnight or so. I applied gel like volini etc and I felt it is over now. But the pain converted in to tremor. I neer thought that the muscle pain will result in tremors. I consulted doctor in the hospital. He said it is Parkinson disease . I learnt it is a dangerous disease. I am taking TRIVISTAL L. A. D2/D3 dopamine agonist two tablets a day - morninf after breakfast and night after dinner. I am presently running 68 - retired from governement department at the age of 60. Shall be grateful for any advice pl...........
Asked On : Mon, 15 Mar 2010
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Sports Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Tremors with pain may be due to other causes apart from parkinsonism.
So, thorough investigations like ct-brain and even MRI can lead to exact diagnosis and subsequently treatment.
Answered: Thu, 8 Dec 2011
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Parkinson is not a dangerous disease but it is a chronic one  I guess with some discomfort in life and shall improve with supportive medications but not cured as sucsh.

Answered: Wed, 17 Mar 2010
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