I'm a 21 year old / male.
I keep experiencing body tremors throughout my chest, stomach, upper arms and thighs throughout the day. They last for up to an hour and it gets very very annoying. I have a past history of anxiety disorder however it has been a long time since I've had a panic attack. These tremors occur at rest, when sitting down working and wake me up when I'm sleeping. They've been occurring for about two weeks however over the last few days has it become more pronounced and spread throughout my body.
I'm really worried that it's something like Parkinsons or Multiple Sclerosis. I would be SO VERY grateful if someone could help me out, offer some advice or give some perspective.
Lymph are protective mechanisms of the body and they 'trap' the infecting source causing enlargement of lymph nodes. The infection can be from the draining skin or the organs. So, if there is an infection and fever, this could cause the shivering. With blood in your urine it's most likely a urinary tract infection. So, record your temperatures, on a two hourly basis to detect a rise of temperature. Please check with your doctor to rule out an urinary tract infection. The other causes for enlarged nodes are tumors or inflammations to name a few.
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