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Upper arm spasm, shaky hand, back pain, arthritis in the legs, coronary artery spasm, epileptic, asthmatic

I got spasm in left upper arm and hand shaky and got spasm in lower left leg and my left arm shakes all the time I don t know what s causing it in last few days my back pain been bad that if I try walk or stand my leg gives way I do have a damaged back and have got arthritis in that leg and a inverted foot I also do have hsp that s similar to m s that runs in family ive got Colonary artery spasm and on angina meds I m epileptic and I m a asthmatic I wounder if you would know what s causing it
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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hi, you tremors in the arms, palpitation would be due to side effect of salbutamol. it is the systemic sideeffect of the drug. if you are taking steriods, it will have effect on the bone metabolism, cause osteoporosis on long term exposure. you have not mentioned the drugs you are taking.
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