Multiple sclerosis symptoms tremor

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Avatar f tn When I have to sign a document, sign a check, or address an envelope, my hand shakes. Why is that? Is that normal in Multiple Sclerosis?
Avatar n tn Thanks for using the forum. I am happy to address your questions, and my answer will be based on the information you provided here. Please make sure you recognize that this forum is for educational purposes only, and it does not substitute for a formal office visit with your doctor. It sounds like you have been suffering from achiness in your arms and legs and a tremor particularly when you are trying to hold something.
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Avatar f tn We've added itching and double vision as symptoms to the Multiple Sclerosis Tracker. We've also added overexertion to the events section. Inderal/propranolol, anticholinergics, antidepressants, carbamazepine, gabapentin, prochlorperazine and codeine phosphate have all been added to the MS Tracker.
Avatar f tn I had previously posted this in a different forum, but was advised by another member to post it here. I also added to it that my B level are fine, but in April my D levels were low and my B's were low-normal. My gp had me take extra dosages of supplements and now those levels are normal. And, that in November 2009 I started to notice my hands going numb and becoming weak in cold temps. I didn't think much of it until now. Any help or advice is welcome. Sorry it's long.
Avatar n tn This is quite commonly seen in Parkinson’s disease, trapped peripheral nerves, drug therapies, multiple sclerosis etc. Ostephytes are see due to bony deposits in the spine and occur around the neuronal foramina possibly the cause for the symptoms. The bone deposition could be from immune reactions from a systemic disease like osteoarthritis, infections of spine, etc. Surgical correction is indicated if the other possible causes for the tremor are less likely.
Avatar f tn Hi, Tremors may be caused by-overuse of caffeine, normal aging, stress, anxiety, fatigue, side effects of medications, low blood sugar levels, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple sclerosis, Overactive thyroid, Stroke, Brain tumour or any other brain, nerve or movement disorder. It could be a part of normal aging process for your father. But it is always better to go for a check up and rule out medical conditions. Please consult a physician for a complete check up. Hope this helps you.
Avatar n tn Neurological disorders or conditions that can produce tremor include multiple sclerosis, stroke, traumatic brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases that damage or destroy parts of the brainstem or the cerebellum. Other causes include the use of some drugs (such as amphetamines, caffeine, corticosteroids, and drugs used for certain psychiatric disorders), alcohol abuse or withdrawal, mercury poisoning, overactive thyroid or liver failure.
Avatar f tn I haven't touched anything in eleven weeks. I feel unwell, fatigued, anxious, leg aches and a slight tremor in hands when holding something. I have suffered from anxiety all my life n never got a tremor before. Is this paws or do you think it could be something else. I am having night sweats aswell. I'm worried it's something like multiple sclerosis. That's unlikely right? I'm only 28.
Avatar f tn You need to see a neurologist at the earliest for both the cervical spondylosis and lumbar stenosis which could be causing multiple, widespread neurological symptoms. There is a mention of a autoimmune disorder , possibly multiple sclerosis, since spinal tap and MRI brain have been done. Check with the neurologist of the medical facility that you can avail. Take care and best regards.
Avatar f tn These multiple neurological symptoms could be due to a chronic demyelinating condition called multiple sclerosis where the disease phase is characterized by active phase and remissions. It has multiple symptoms and signs and is a diagnosis of exclusion. The symptoms of multiple sclerosis are loss of balance, muscle spasms, numbness in any area, problems with walking and coordination, tremors in one or more arms and legs.
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Avatar f tn I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2007. Here recently, I feel like I am shaking on the inside. What could this be?
1488245 tn?1288209264 Your symptoms are suggestive of multiple sclerosis. It has multiple symptoms and signs and is a diagnosis of exclusion. The symptoms of multiple sclerosis are loss of balance, muscle spasms, numbness in any area, problems with walking and coordination, tremors in one or more arms and legs.
Avatar f tn I mention demyelination because one condition that can present with numbness and tingling as well as tinnitus is multiple sclerosis. I am not saying you have MS, but it should be in the differential. MS is diagnosed by well-established criteria. The process of diagnosis includes taking a thorough history, doing a thorough physical exam, conducting an MRI of the brain and sometimes the spine, and sometimes ancillary testing such as lumbar puncture and evoked potentials.
Avatar f tn If you click on "health pages" at the top r hand side of this page, you will find lots of great info re MS.
Avatar f tn I barely drink and i dont smoke cigarettes, ive smoked cannabis medicinally for my symptoms since i was 17. My mother and aunt both live and lived with Multiple sclerosis for all of my life. I have some major symptoms and some minor unexplainable symptoms: major: -Ive had unexplained migraines that come and go since i was 13, light sensitive, throbbing head, seeing spots. etc.