My left thumb started twitching 7 months ago and has not stooped since. It's driving me crazy! It's so hard to sleep and I always try to cover my hand thinking someone will notice. I have pain in my muscles and have lost muscle strength in my hands and arms. I can't open jars anymore and have pain from simple tasks. Does anyone else have the thumb twitching problem? Its not nerves and never goes away. Has anyone found any answers? I can share my Neuro doctor visits and testing with anyone has has similar issues, maybe we can compare notes???? Looking for advice from anyone. Thank you
I experience thumb shakes when I hold a some what sharp and small object between my thumb and then my index finger. I have had this condition for as long as I can remember probably 6 years now, what can this be, and is there a chance of it deteriorating? Please help out
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