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Legs spasms, dizziness, vibration in body, fatigue, weakness. Will I be okay?

Hi 5 days ago i woke up to some spasms in my legs to the point that it would make me shake,i would get this 3 times a day and my legs became weak. Even though i actually do have strength,i also started to feel dizzy and have the feeling of a vibration/buzzing in my whole body. i have felt fatigue,but i am able to eat and i can walk just feel weak
Asked On : Wed, 22 May 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing.
You might be experiencing partial seizures.
Please consultat a neurologist and get yourself examind.
It could be that you are having a problem with your spine. Do assess yourself for any new problems in your hands and legs.
You can make a log of all the seizures and discuss that with your doctor.
The neurologist may ask you to get MRI scan of brain or spine if desired,
Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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