Yogamommy- are you still around please. I followed your posts because I have so many symptoms you have, but I have severe rigidity as well, very hard to walk and would like to know if you ever got any answers.
I don't know if you still post on this board, but I found your posts while searching for info. about bulging discs and upper body tremor. Your story is exactly like mine. I've practiced yoga for a long time. I developed TMJ 3 years ago, and then developed neck pain and tinnitus in my right ear. So I visited a chiropractor, who did a C3 and C4 adjustment. 24 hours later I developed an inner vibrating, mostly upper body tremor. It worsens when I practice yoga, and my arms weaken more quickly. I've noticed shaking hands when I apply makeup. It's been going on for 2 months. I recently had an MRI, which shows bulging discs on C3-C7. How is your condition now? Has the tremor subsided at all? Any info. would be greatly appreciated. Suzann
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