my left hand has bad tremors and latley i noticed my right one also,but not as bad. my legs are always cramped up and its hard for me to walk after i get out of my truck. Also i noticed my left leg when i ride my motercycle has trouble shifting it needs extra effort. i am seeing a neroligist tommorow so hopefully someone my put some insite into this, i am 44 years old
Of course we can't diagnosis you here, but we can lend our 2 cents and support. I'm glad to hear you have an appointment with a Neuro. In the meantime, until you find out what's going on, and see some improvement with your hands and legs........ don't ride that BIKE!!!! I know you love it, but it's too risky with what you are been experiencing.
Wishing you well with your appointment today - let us know how you made out.
I am not a doctor, but there is a difference between Parkinson tremors and MS ones., do you have the tremors are rest? or do they appear once you want to do something with your hand?
I hope you are feeling better today.
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