"One of my symptoms that never lets up is tremors (postural and intention) and to make matters worse I recently started meds that actually can cause/aggravate tremors.
Is there any way to find relief? Has anyone found something that a..."
"I think I know what you mean. I get it on the left side of my body. It's especially noticeable when I'm sitting still.
It feels like the area from my waist to shoulder is tremoring, like the tremoring you get in an extremity. Like I'..."
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today. Hi , I just saw your note, and I don't think we have met yet. So, HELLO !!! lol ... yes, I do seem to have alot going on right now, and it is really hard actually. But we are trying to buck up and smile in spite of things. So, tell me a bit about yourself ..)
I have pain, too, which sounds like an oxymoron when you're going through numbness too. :)
I have also had this happen to my left arm, hand, ring finger too. It lasted for a couple of days each time and went away. The left still is like that to some degree every day.
Have a great day, Hugs Minnie
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