my hand is shivering?
actually whole of body is shivering from last few years.
I am 26 year old,never take smoke and alcohal, no dibities , BP normal.
doctor is suggest me for a thyride test. i took this test two time but my report is negative. Test name is something like T3T4Tsh.(may be its not the exact name but its for thyride and something like that)
This problem is with me 24 hour a day.
I am not taking tension but this problem is increasing. plz help me.
so please help me to control me what step i have to follow any guideline to identify the disease.
hi,as you have ruled out thyroid disease,next step is to go for neurological investigations.
Neurological disorders or conditions that can produce tremor include multiple sclerosis, stroke, traumatic brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases that damage or destroy parts of the brainstem or the cerebellum.
Please consult Neurologist for examination.Relax,as these investigations are just to rule out the problem.
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