I'm 31year old male and for the past 2 years I have not felt good,headaches,dizzy spells,stars in my vision, but the most botherson issues is my hands. I have had my hands(usally one) involutary clinch up and sqeeze so tight I have passed out. My hands ache all the time and sometimes my finges will swell up and is worse when I work all day as I mainly work with my hands. Please what would cause my hand to clinch up, It has happened to both hands but never the same time, but both hands ache all the time, thanks.
The query you are asking is a little complicated and it is difficult to answer without examining. The first thing that is coming to my mind right now is deficiency of calcium leading to tetany. Try getting admitted and undergo array of tests to confirm the diagnosis.
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