Myotonia

What is Myotonia?

Myotonia is the inability to relax voluntary muscle after vigorous effort.

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Hello, I have an undiagnosed neurological condition. I have seen doctors at the Cleveland Clinic my whole life, but have never been able to get a...

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Hi

Thanks for your query.

See the symptoms you are suffering from may have many differential diagnosis like myotonic dystrophy (DM), myopathies and...

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my 2 year old niece has cramps in her right hand

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Brief Answer:
Probably dehydration

Detailed Answer:
Hello. I have been through your question and understand your concern

Cramps are prolonged...

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how serious are muscle cramps while taking propranopal?

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I would explain as follows:

Detailed Answer:
Hello!

Welcome and thank you for asking on HCM!

Regarding your concern, I would explain...

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HI, Doctor suspected myotonia congenita after EMG, no Gene tests were done. is gene tests reqquired to confirm the Myotonia congenita, from the...

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how serious are muscle cramps while taking propranopal?

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my 2 year old niece has cramps in her right hand

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Hi I would like to know of a doctor who specializes in pedriatrics of muscle diseases-I guess a neurologist-in the Middletown NY area? My 11 year...

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My husband is 69 and had a muscle biopsy that the results showed a mild form of muscular dystrophy, such as myotonic dystrophy. There is no one on...

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