Involuntary movements

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Hey my name is XXXXX..i am from XXXXXX..my age is 21 and i am a student of dental surgory..my problem is tremors of my hands mostly and sometimes involuntary movements of my fingers..and also tremors of other body parts..i have consulted many doctors here but i have got no solution uptill now..i am really worried because my field involves delicate hand work..please help me

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Good Afternoon ,, Im suffering involuntary movement on my mouth at first it was severe and occur twice a week I have already took MRI and nothing was found , for now I left upper lips feel numb and sometimes I feel like its pulling up, the Doctor just prescribe me a vitamin B,does it going to get worst? what should I do and prevent..thank you ahead

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Hi, it appears that you have bells palsy, or calcium defeciency called tetany, hypertension or diabetis also may cause it in rare cases.
I advise you to consult a physician for diagnosis and treatment.
Take balanced and nourishing food like green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, calcium rich...

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My left thump has been involuntary movement several time a day and it last about 30 seconds each time. I noticed last night that the twitching at the mid of my left arm too. All this happen for the last 2 day and the twitching still happen this morning.

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Hello,

It can happen after nerve contusion following sleeping in an abnormal posture and prolonged physical activities also.

Generally it will settle by itself.

If twitches persist you can consult a neurologist and get evaluated.

A detailed evaluation is required including a nerve conduction...

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My 3 year old has been having increasing involuntary movements when very tired and only when in a relaxed- dazed state (ie: car). He is now saying his head hurts and when "it" happens it feels like blood rushing from his brain to his arms/legs. Also a stomach ache here and there. We just had an ambulatory eeg (waiting results) and Lyme tests. Pelase help....we are SO concerned. Lisa

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Hi Dear,

Welcome to HCM.

Understanding your concern. As per your query your kid is having symptoms of stomach ache and headache which seems to be due to food poisoning/ acute gastroenteritis caused by viral infection and electrolyte imbalance in body. I would suggest you not to panic at all....

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Dear Dr., my mother 50yrs, visited a neurologist recently as she is suffering form involuntary left hand , leg, and tongue movements. This involuntary movements started just 30 days back. The neurologist suggested for Left brain CT-scan where a small lession noticed. so the doctor recommended Oxetol-300mg for 6 months. May i know how does the disease curable soon?.

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What was the diagnosis that the doctor gave you? I'd have to see the CT scan, I'm not sure what the "small lesion" refers too.

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My left thump has been involuntary movement several time a day and it last about 30 seconds each time. I noticed last night that the twitching at the mid of my left arm too. All this happen for the last 2 day and the twitching still happen this morning.

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Hi i am a 29 yr old male. About 12 days i started getting a twitch in my right upper eyelid. The very next day it started in my left lower eyelid. The twitch in my left eye lid went away but the one on the right got worse and now the left lower...

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I began taking ginko pills thinking it would improve my condition: My legs and knees feel like they are made of bricks.Otherwise the moment I try to relax I feel the sensation of motion revolving around my body which causes me to turn my head from...

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From time to time I had a shake on my leg (one leg at a time), it woke me up in the middle night or hard for me to fall to sleep. I think I got RLS . What do you recommend me to do to get rib off this?

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My 3 year old has been having increasing involuntary movements when very tired and only when in a relaxed- dazed state (ie: car). He is now saying his head hurts and when it happens it feels like blood rushing from his brain to his arms/legs. Also a stomach ache here and there. We just had an ambulatory eeg (waiting results) and Lyme tests. Pelase help....we are SO concerned. Lisa

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This question is regarding my Father, he suffered a heart attack around 5-6 months back... since then, his left arm still at times will go numb, and he s been having alot of problems with his legs and feet, they swell from the ackle down and there blotchy, red in color.. he also has got a spot that came up in the corner of his eye (sort of on his nose). It looks like dead skin! However, when he rubs his eye that spot and sometimes even his eye lid will turn deep purple, almost black even. I know the heart doctor he see s has put him on some different medications.. I m not exactly sure what they are. He s talked to his Doctor about whats going on with his legs, feet, and as well the spot on his eye/nose.. the doctor doesn t seem to be worried about the issues. My Dad has had issues with irregular heart beats, he s had the ablation (I think that s what it s called lol where they burn a valve in your heart to regulate it). When he was 14 years old, he suffered from scarlet fever which lead to romadic fever and cause heart complications at that very young age.. . He was in the hospital for almost a year with involuntary movements.. so he s always, always had heart issues. He has lived with bad chest pains his whole life. He has a wife and 3 kids, now us kids are grown and he has grandchildren! :) He s been a wonderful Dad, and I want to keep him around long enough to be a wonderful grandfather to these very young grandchildren he has. ;) My point is, nothing seems to help him... everytime the Doctor tries something new, something else goes wrong! I m not saying anything bad about the doctor, he s a very pleasant man and im sure he knows what he s doing! I m just concerned.. my Dad is soon to be 61 years old, but has lived a very rough life with his heart. Does those symptoms sound familiar to you? Is that common in other patients with heart problems?

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