Twitching index finger on right hand

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and don't know if it's due to the way i position my hand on the desk...or it's a sign of something more serious.. i'm right handed, by the way.
Hello, My husband's eyelids, eyebrows, and right index finger twitch almost all the time. Sometimes is only his eyelid, and eyebrows. At first, I did not put much attention to it, because it sometimes goes away for awhile or it happens like 3 times a day but is not that noticeable. Plus now we just got married and I can notice it more.
My right thumb and index finger have been twitching lately. There is no pain involved and it's my right hand only. What could be causing this?
I have a middle finger that twitches and my right hand had action tremors , what can be going wrong and a warm painful sensation in the hand and finger
I have been experiencing the same finger twitching on my left hand and ALS was exactly my concern. It started 2 months ago when I started drinking coffee. I stopped drinking coffee, on day 3 now, and it still hasn't gone away...
About a week ago I wrote in with symptoms of shaking pinky and ring fingers in left hand, trembling chin and rls signs in left foot. These symptoms seem to have improved slightly although my ring, pinky and middle fingers in left hand still tremor when held out in front of me. I am 29 years old and 7 months pregnant. Now I am experiencing something completely different.
sometimes I think it's from playing the basss guitar because a play so hard I get blood blisters on my right index and my twicthing finger quite often. I get restless and some anxiety at night. I just realized that my middle finger twitches when I played the bass guitar intensely or after I did some tough garden work using my right hand. I don't know what's going on with the rest of my body though. Between my elbow and wrists feels like it's burning some times now.
My eye will even do this, it feels so weird. We were watching tv one night and all the sudden my middle finger on my right hand starting jumping sideways over the top of my index finger for no reason at all. At night when we lay down in bed to sleep, it feels as if my legs are jumping or shaking, but they aren't, I don't know what that is?
I have had moderate to severe twitching in my right eye, right thumb and right index finger for years and it seems to be getting worse. It never hurts but sometimes out of nowhere my thumb starts twitching and often raises about 1/4 inch without being able to stop, it lasts for about 10 minutes followed by general tingling sensation at the top of my hand extending to the elbow, same with my index finger.
I have been diagnosed with Coeliac Disease and have been gluten free since april with a complete turnaround in my Coeliac symptoms since then. I first noticed a tremor in my index finger, left hand and then right. It is not present on rest but does appear if I lay my hands flat on a surface and raise my finger upwards. I'm very confident it isn't "pill rolling". This is a rapid tremor.
Hello, I woke up last night and my right index finger was visibly twitching. It would tremble/twitch without pause for serveral seconds, then stop. Sometimes only a few seconds would go by before it started twitching again, sometimes almost a minute would go by. It kept me awake for several hours and when I woke up this morning, it was still doing it. It's been about 3 hours since I woke up, I have been moving actively around the house and the tremble/twitch is still there.
My thumb on my right hand has been twitching alot bad! It's been getting real bothersome lately! Do you think that may have to do with everything going on in my neck?
My wrist pops easily. The central knuckles of my index finger, middle finger and ring finger all hurt. The index finger also hurt a few days at the base, but stopped. I have a doctor's appointment on the 7th. Sorry for the repeated posts; just a little worried and the appointment seems so far away. If you were me, what you lean closer to? Arthritis or tendonitis?
My index finger and my thumb on my left hand are involuntarily twitching. It is not rhythmic, but it is continuous. It has been going on for over an hour now. This is the first time that I have noted this. I do have Arnold Chiari malformation 1. I have had the decompression surgery last year. Now the little finger has started in. It is painless. I can still move and grip, but not as strong as my right hand. Any suggestions? Thank you for your help!
or my ankle and foot or my hand wrist and index finger. sometimes it would happen all at once but sometimes it here and there. I m a beautician, and stand for many hours a day half bent over. I 've had 3 MRI's one of my brain and the other two of my lumbar and neck regions of my back.Ive seen a neurolgist thtat have test my nerve and muscles in both arms and legs with electricity and have found nothing unususal.
its almost a euphoric feeling but unfortunently these godd**n finger tremors and my hand resting hand tremors continue on for some godd**n reason. w.e. maybe it will go away, maybe it wont, maybe it will get worse but i pray it will get better. at least i can watch my fingers and hand shake without giving a damn.
I am a 31y/o black female and for the past 6 months I have been experiencing facial twitching (mainly on the the right side). Initially, the twitching occurred around the time I started having dizzy spells or bouts of vertigo where everything appeared to be spinning around me. The dizziness finally ceased a few months ago but the facial twitching continues. The twitching is centered mainly around my right eye (the eyelid, eyebrow, and the area directly under my eye).
My right side is significantly worse, and after about 15 minutes I can't bear weight on the right side until after I stand up and massage/shake my leg till the pins and needles go away. I have no LE reflexes. My hand--usually the right side, twitches and sometimes my index finger and thumb touch--totally involuntary, but I can stop it by using my hand to do something. Lastly I have migraines that have gotten worse--with significant vertigo and spots.
Could this truly be related? Also, my index finger on my right hand started twitching recently and I started taking Vit. B-12 because I knew I was borderline low. The bottle said it was good for nerve health. My index finger stopped twitching. Can all of this twitching be related to calcium and vit B-12 as well as working out? Your thoughts and expertise would be greatly appreciated.
I herniated L6/S1 10 years ago and suffer from spondylyosis for over 30 years. A year ago my right index finger was at a right angle and could not be lifted. My finger is now almost straight unless I exercise it (typing). I did an EMG last year and was told I had reinnervation deficiencies in both arms, which were worse on the right side. My neurology exam was normal. Until two weeks ago except for my index finger I was symptom free.
As the title says I've had this twitching in my thumb and index finger for the last few weeks. It rarely goes away, but I also am on the computer a lot sometimes 8 hours a day +. It's usually on my right hand, but I have felt it in my left hand a little but not very often. Should I see a doctor for this as soon as possible?
I was flat on my back for 3 weeks. My right index finger was at a right angle and could not be lifted. My finger is now almost straight but if I exercise it (typing) to goes to a 60 degree angle. 2 weeks ago I started getting intermittent twitching in my right arm.It started in my forearm and thumb, moved to the right back side of my forearm. Although less frequent it still occurs from time to time. Last year and again now I have experienced cramping of my right hand.
eg hold a plate in my left hand and wash it with my right. The pressure from my right hand on the plate is too much. I have no strength at all. Please tell me what this may be. I am seeing my GP in 2 weeks. I have no other pain anywhere like back or neck.I have no prior illnesses.I am 37 and female with one child..Please help me. i am scared. Its my hand not my arm...thanks ..
Mine was mostly in my left calf but it jumped around all over (eye, nose, index finger on right hand, back, etc). I got an EMG which was negative. I'd get such bad cramps in my calves I couldn't run or exercise without feeling like I was going to pull a muscle. Its all benign fasciculations (twitching) according to my doc. If you've been having this for some time, and have had a clean emg and haven't had any weakness or atrophy, stop worrying about it.
For the last day or so my index finger and thumb on my right hand are involuntarily twitching. I use a computer trackball (as opposed to a computer mouse). It seems to happen most repetatively when my hand is resting on the trackball and I'm trying to control the ball with my thumb and the button with my index finger. I take 25mg imipramine once daily. This does not seem like a high enough dose to cause tardive dyskinesia. Any ideas?
when i am using the fingers on one hand or just moving them the ones on the other hand start twitching, its always the coinsiding finger, if i am using the index finger of my right hand the index finger on my left hand moves or twitches and vicversa.. it doesnt bother me or cause pain or any problems but i was just wondering if anyone else has this same issue or if anyone has any information about it...
It also feels as though I cannot stretch my thumb as far from my other fingers as on my other hand. The muscle between my thumb and index finger shows no sign of wasting; it's actually more plump than on the other hand. Also, when I pick heavy things up (like a carton of juice), sometimes I get a sharp pain in my wrist, and this pain sometimes extends into my hand. Last, my pinky feels quite stiff in the morning and, although it feels better through the day, does not feel all better.
Its started when I was on vacation. I had a small twitching in the crook of my right elbow. I thought nothing of it. When I came back from vacation, I noticed ALOT of small twitches throughout my body. The ones you can feel but not see. When fast forward a month,...twitching has gotten significantly better with calcium and magnesium. Earlier this year, I when for an MRI which showed spots in the corpus callosum and other white spots on the brain (I have history of severe migraines).
There are a few thin septations in the anterior aspect of the left frontal horn along the septum pellucidum. The contents are isointense to CSF on all sequences, suggestive of small simple intraventricular cysts such as arachnoid cyst. It is either bi-lobed or two directly adjacent to each other and in total measures 1 cm in AP dimension x 5mm in width. There is a small focus of high signal intensity in the forceps minor, adjacent to the frontal horn measuring 5mm.
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