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Who had the arm that whipped out and knocked over the glass?

Someone recently knocked over a glass of something at dinner when her arm jumped out.  This is a form of "dyskinesia."  I found a nice discussion of glying limbs and jerking and such.  Everyone who has limbs that do involuntary things or who have tremors.

And the person who has la-la problems with speech and trunk tremors

READ THIS SITE!!  It describes all sorts of abnormal movements!!

http://www.wemove.org/pdys/pdys.html

The site WE MOVE is a gold mine of info.

Quix
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Hi Quix:

How are You? I am definitly going to check out this site.
lol you are so cute. I hope the house elves helped clean up
the spilt glass mess.

Its been abit since I have been on the form. So darn much to
deal with all the time. My ambition level goes from 0 to 100
three times a day at least. It is getting so aggravating. My mind
wants to move, but My body doesnt want to. Then My body want
to move and my mind dosnt want to use the effort to think. lol

I hope you are well

I hope I can get it all in check soon.                                     Gollie
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Yes, I have these "involuntary" movements too!

I have spilled a few drinks because of this.  Last week I kind of "slapped" my daughter in the face - (not intentionally of course) - it didn't hurt her and we both just started to laugh.

For me it happens only occasionally, but it is one of the many reasons I think there may be more going on with me than just the Fibromyalgia I have been diagnosed with!

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Thank you so much.  I am going to the site right now.  I am having the la-la and trunk tremors which started with a weird right arm flapping out things.  The bilateral eye-tics are back today.  

I appreciate your response.

"Hi" to everyone and I hope everyone is well!!!

Hugs and Kisses,

Torey
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Bump for Deb -
            Not sure if this will be helpful, but this is the one I was thinking about.

-SL
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