Heat stroke muscle cramps

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I have a couple questions. I have had muscle twitches for nearly a year now. It was my presenting symptom. It started out as the full body jerk you get when you fall asleep, except that it progressed to happening every night and I was wide awake. Those stayed and then I started having the twitches (little muscle twitches like you eyes twitch) but it was primarily ocurring on the left side of my body - my bicep, my quad, my calf, the bottom of my foot.
It revealed that my spine was begining to curve in the wrong direction which i'm told is common for people presenting with muscle cramps. I had an MRI done, with and without contrast, revealing nothing. I had an angiogram done which also revealed nothing. I was sent to physical therapy which only proved to make my condition worse. By this time the sypmtoms had progressed through my entire body, not just my right side. they tried several medications, none of which helped.
I finished the run, and shortly after became extremely nauseaus, chilled, basic flulike symptoms. I thought I had heat stroke or something, drank lots of Gatorade. I felt crappy for almost a week, persisent nausea and chills, and a really yucky burning, not normal feeling in my legs. As I began to feel better, I started back running, but continued to experience the burning/chills in my leg muscles and nausea that would linger for a few days.
I have had this exact same problem and asked my doctor about this. When I do a sit up right below my breast bone will knott up like a charlie horse. I am 51 and out of shape. A nurse friend also recommended potassium. My doctor said to do as man sit ups each day that as my muscles began to take shape this cramping should go away. It is very painful and when it happens it takes along time to be able to sit back up. LOL!! I hate it and I will get back in shape.
MY ARMS WILL GET REAL HEAVY AT TIMES,CURRENTLY ,THE RIGHT ARM IS GIVING ME A FIT AND THE STRENGTH HAS DIMINISHED. I GET MUSCLE WEAKNESS AND THE MUSCLES WILL BECOME FATIGUED WITH HEAT AND EXERTION.
I have those pains too. They are muscle cramps. A massage by a professional masseuse will help. To get your cramps to go away within 30 minutes, take a quinine sulfate tablet. (260mg tablet). Works every time. They use to be over the counter but now you need to get a prescription. I don't think they interfer with other meds. Ask your doctor.
I get this extremely bad knot in my left shoulder blade muscle area....between the blade and my spinal chord area... when i stuff envelopes or cook or fish.. it gets excruciatingly bad.. i know its just one of the muscles.. but why is it ONLY the LEFT side all the time and how can i minimize the pain because it gets to where i cant hold my head up sometimes.
the causes could be injury causing persistent muscle spasm as a protective mechanism, vigorous use of muscles following activity, rest cramps but your husband doesnot have these at rest, dehydration causes true cramps in hot weather and can be an early sign of heat stroke, loss of sodium, cirrhosis of liver where you have unusual fluid distribution due to ascites.
Do you have any idea what is going on? I had blood work done in June. I had a heat stroke. The quacky doctor said I was ok, and gave me MORPHINE, sent me home, No I.V. Liquids were given, Just Pain medicine? I thought that when you have a heat exhaustion or stroke from heat that you are dehydrated, Pain Meds? I really have not felt right since, but this other stuff started a few weeks ago. Let me know what you think, maybe I will find some direction from that.
swelling in legs while long travelling by continuous sitting, digestive problems. 2. Reduction of muscle tone, cramps, several muscle weakness like upper arm, thigh/lap, toe weakness, exercise intolarance . 3. Asymmetrical weakness in shoulder, upper arm, thigh, the wrist of legs, etc. 4. Joint pains, difficulty in running, jumping. -These disorders are happen twice a week and 10-12 times a month and recovers within 24 to 48hrs automatically. Kindly send your opinion and help me.
Heat stroke can be life-threatening and requires emergency medical care, so seek help immediately for a high body temperature; flushed hot, dry skin with no sweating; vomiting; a weak, rapid pulse; decreased alertness; changes in consciousness; disorientation; confusion; impaired thinking and shallow, rapid breathing.
spasms, inability to feel when injury happens, Chronic Urinary Tract Infections from urinary retention? Bothered by noises and lights, back pain, muscle weakness, symptoms severity increased with heat, body can feel heat or burning without any apparent heat near body, constant state of tiredness, extra tension in arms and legs with usage, chronic indigestion, frustration, heaviness in the trunk of my back.
It is very possible for morning sickness to come back, but some of those symptoms can also be very similar to heat stroke or overheating. I can't even go shopping in the afternoon anymore when its so hot, just walking from the car to the store and back makes me light-headed and a little yucky in my stomach. So please be careful.
Does he have altered sensations, fatigue, muscle cramps and exercise intolerance? You should consult a neurologist and evaluate the cause.
MOVEMENT DIFFICULTIES Damage to the motor fibers interferes with muscle control and can cause weakness, loss of muscle bulk, and loss of dexterity. Sometimes, cramps are a sign of motor nerve involvement.
• Don't use any medicine to reduce fever in children under 3 months of age without first contacting a health care provider. If someone has heat exhaustion or heat stroke, remove the person from the warm area. Sponge the person with tepid water. Place ice packs in the armpits, behind the neck, and in the groin. Give fluids if the person is alert. Seek medical attention. If heat illness is causing the fever, medicines may not lower the body temperature and may even be harmful.
My other symptoms include dizziness, fatigue, weakness, brain fog, joint pain, muscle pain, sore neck and shoulders, eye pain, ear pain,burning sensations in feet and legs, etc... I've seen a Rheum who tested me for autoimmune diseases and tests came back normal (however they tested me early when symptoms were minimal). I believe my GP ran tests as well that were Neg for lupus. I've also been tested for thyroid, MS, and Vit def. Everything is normal.
CBC, Histo titer, Toxo titer, CRP, ESR, SMA-12, ANA panel, Ace level,serum protein electrophoresis All blood work and other tests came back negative- neurologist said I would have to wait on the test of time Vision problems and other symptoms seem to have leveled off = no better, no worse Only one new issue muscle cramps in left leg Do you have any idea of what could be going on? any help/advice would be greatly appreciated!
First, individuals on bed rest (such as during or after a surgical procedure or medical illness, such as heart attack or stroke), or confined and unable to walk (such as during prolonged air or car travel) are common settings. It can occur in certain families in whom there is a history of parents or siblings who have suffered from prior blood clots. It can also occur in individuals whom active cancer or its treatment may predispose the blood to clotting.
Wernicke encephalopathy, parenteral feeding, magnesium deficiency, thiamine deficiency) Heat stroke Approximately 50% have no identifiable cause Upbeat nystagmus: Medullary lesions, including perihypoglossal nuclei, the adjacent medial vestibular nucleus, and the nucleus intercalatus (structures important in gaze holding) Lesions of the anterior vermis of the cerebellum Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo Periodic alternating nystagmus Arnold Chiari malformation Demyelinating disease Spinoce
But at about the 4 week period I began getting side effects that were since determined from the medicine. These included dizziness, nausea, severe weakness, heat exhaustion, muscle cramps, etc. Because I work outside, the danger of overheating and suffering heat exhaustion or heat stroke were of higher concern that the premature heartbeats for which the medicince was to help.
Creatine is LIKELY SAFE for most people when used at recommended doses. Creatine can cause stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and muscle cramping. When taken by mouth in high doses, creatine is POSSIBLY UNSAFE. There is some concern that it could harm the kidney, liver, or heart function. However, a connection between high doses and these negative effects has not been proven. Creatine causes muscles to draw water from the rest of your body. Be sure to drink extra water to make up for this.
As far as I know, I have never exhibited the Babinski Reflex upon examination. However, knowing that the Babinski Reflex is described as "when your big toe flexes upward as the other toes fan out" - recently, I was a little taken back when I noticed my foot exhibiting this very thing while undergoing one of my painfull foot cramps. At the time my feet were bare and my foot was "stuck" in this position until I could work it out.
I would get a hot bath,rub my legs down with a mentholated muscle rub,then I would wrap them tight,but not too tight with ace bandages,and then use the heating pads.I know it might sound weird but doing this brought me so much relief that I could actually get some rest.I used 800 mg motrin for my back pain and the heating pad.The pain will start to lessen up soon.Hang in there...All the best...
extreme fatigue, more muscle cramps than usual, joint pain and stiffness. my hair began to fall out and is still doing so. i began to have trouble concentrating and remembering things. some days i am so confused that i cannot think and speak words correctly. i mispronounce or run two words together or just draw a complete blank. this gets worse in the fall. now i have been told i have fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis and possibly lupus.
Chronic fatigue, almost bed ridden Chronic right leg ataxia, bowed and buckled inward Stroke like symptoms intollerence to heat and sunlight brethless all the time jerks and electric shocks in face and my jaw keeps going rigid Muscle cramps in lower legs pin and needles in hands, feel and arms Neuropathis pain in knees, ligaments, feet and rib cage walking wobbly and off balance waekenss and numbness erractic bowel and bladder - sometimes constipated, overly urinating, and bouts of
-Balance issues and bump into things a lot -Drop things or have a hard holding things -Numbness in toes on right foot -Can't curl toes on right foot -Severe episodes of internal itching in lower parts of legs and arms brought on by heat or exercise- no rash- goes away when I cool them off. -Foot cramps and calf cramp right leg, hamstrings cramp easy and neck cramp -Hand cramps terribly when I write -Swelling in feet, ankles. Swelling in hands in heat.
My illness started 3 yrs ago with weakness in my legs, headaches,numbness in my feet, & overwhelming fatigue. I was sent to a neurologist & went for tests that include EMG(normal)ANA(normal) MRI w/wo contrast showed lesions in periventrical & subcortical regions, lymes (normal) B12(normal) all of these tests were done over a yr. ago.
(I live on a lake bummer) My leggs are very weak and I can not stand long with out pain or they want to give out on me. Muscle cramps out of this world. I walk stiff at time because muscles won't relax. My ankles hurt, shins hurt. I have been checked out by bone docs from one end to the other.( bone doc was the one who sent me to a neuro the first time.) Vein docs. ETc.Those doc could not find anything.
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