I've been dropping stuff- A LOT! My grip strength seems like it's my normal (slightly decreased left side), but it's like my hands just forget they're holding something, or maybe my brain forgets, then bam- the thing I was just holding is now on the floor. I don't even realize I am dropping it until I hear it crash. I have to focus on holding something for a while so I don't forget. SO odd. I have had to switch to plastic in the house this week. Sound familiar??
Also, my hands seem to itch around these times/flares. Not an epidermal itch, more like under the skin itch...which I am guessing is nerves.
This happens to me a LOT! Especially with lids. I cannot open a bottle of water without dropping the lid :( Also, one second I'm holding the keys, the next they're on the floor and I'm wondering how in the heck they got down there. Also have the "under the skin" itch in my hand.
Not diagnosed so this may not mean much. But I definitely understand :)
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