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What Causes Involuntary Shaking In Body When Suffering From Cerebellar Atrophy?

I am 42 female height 5ft weight 70kg I have cerebellar atrophy and want to know more about it, I have been shaking a lot lately why is it happening and can I go to the gym to lose weight, also i have been told by my neurologists that I should not pass this onto to another generation if i want kids in the future, can you tell me more about that and do my hormones affect it?
Tue, 1 Sep 2020
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Hello,

In your case, it is necessary for a genetic study for possible inherited causes of cerebellar atrophy. So, it is necessary to discuss this with your Neurologist. Also, a brain MRI is necessary to evaluate correctly the degree of the atrophy, if you did not have one previously.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Erion Spaho, Neurologist, Surgical
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What Causes Involuntary Shaking In Body When Suffering From Cerebellar Atrophy?

Hello, In your case, it is necessary for a genetic study for possible inherited causes of cerebellar atrophy. So, it is necessary to discuss this with your Neurologist. Also, a brain MRI is necessary to evaluate correctly the degree of the atrophy, if you did not have one previously. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Erion Spaho, Neurologist, Surgical