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posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 11:42 AM
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Originally posted by burntoast
i ask here cause this is the only place i feel comfortable to do so....

also im broke i have no job and no insurance.


In all honesty, we can't really help you in any other way except offer you support and advise you to see a professional, other than that, it's all guess work. I wish we could help you more. But only a Doctor can give you the answers you seek.

I'm guessing you are in the USA. Would you not qualify for medicare or medicade? Or are there free clinics local to you where you can go and see a Doctor without insurance?

I'm from the UK so i don't quite know how it all works over there.

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posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 11:53 AM
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If you are on prescription medications - there is a Parkinson side effect to a lot of them. Also, a combination of various prescriptions does it. Hubby has it from his meds which he gets from different specialists. All the specialists blame it on presriptions from one of the OTHER specialists.

Now, he flails his arms and legs wildly while asleep and a doctor told him that was VERY serious and could become permanent ... that he needs to get it checked.

So, if you are on medications ... find a way to get seen about side effects.

If you are not on prescription meds, leave that green junk alone and see if you get better. You don't need that stuff anyway!



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 11:54 AM
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MRI is way overkill. man are folks reliant on big machines to tell them they are fine.

You have a neck issue, it appears in the areas of t-3 and t-4. Any competent chiropractor should be able to resolve the matter easily. That area of the neck will often get out of whack due to computer mouse play. It isn't a crises worthy of Sloan Kettering, it is a simple problem easily resolved. Directional Non Force is a better form of Chiropractic, but if you don't have access to a qualified practitioner go with someone who will address the neck area and can check to make sure the compensation you are doing for the neck problem hasn't extended to the nerve area in the elbow and wrist.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 11:57 AM
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Please don't rely on getting any worthwhile medical advice on these boards,even though there may well be suitably qualified persons here that may be able to help.
You must seek medical help.
Good luck in resolving your condition.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 11:58 AM
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I have no job and no insurance either, just like you. You gotta do like the illegals do.....Go to the nearest emergency room, they cannot turn you down for lack of insurance or the ability to pay. You'll end up with some fat bills, but I don't see any other way around it in your situation. You can always pay in installments later, or go bankrupt. It's sad, I know, but you must do what is best for yourself.

Lots of ailments can be self-diagnosed, but anything neurological has to be done by a doctor. I do most of my own "doctorin" at home, but if I started having symptoms such as you describe, I wouldn't hesitate to use the emergency room.

I wish you all the best.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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read up on myclonus and parkinsons for now and see if all the syptoms fit.
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i just watched a vid on MS and it kinda sounds like it but i dont get numb but i do have a lot of brain farts, words dont come out right but i never wake up numb but i usally am always tired.

i also heard stress might cause w.e is happining but its more like JERKING while to grab something.

www.youtube.com... just like this when the kid is tryna get his food but my head doesnt go wondering around.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by FissionSurplus
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I have no job and no insurance either, just like you. You gotta do like the illegals do.....Go to the nearest emergency room, they cannot turn you down for lack of insurance or the ability to pay. You'll end up with some fat bills, but I don't see any other way around it in your situation. You can always pay in installments later, or go bankrupt. It's sad, I know, but you must do what is best for yourself.

Lots of ailments can be self-diagnosed, but anything neurological has to be done by a doctor. I do most of my own "doctorin" at home, but if I started having symptoms such as you describe, I wouldn't hesitate to use the emergency room.

I wish you all the best.


Yup. Also the hospital may give you papers to fill out where you may be able to get help with the payments. Better to seek treatment right away rather than wait until it gets worse. Bite the bullet anf go now!!!



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 12:12 PM
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Originally posted by burntoast
i ask here cause this is the only place i feel comfortable to do so....

also im broke i have no job and no insurance.



go to an Emergency Room at the hospital and tell them you are having major problems functioning all of a sudden and feel your life my be in danger with these symptoms. it's free and they may be able to help you because guessing may be life threatening on it's own.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 12:13 PM
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Hi OP,

i'm not expert in this field but i do have similar area of study,

2 things i can think of is its mental problem or its actual muscle problem. You should check with doctors, if its mental problem, it might be signs of paralysis or numbness.

Muscle twitch can relate to diet and as well as symptoms for other disease, normal one or two times would not be a problem, but seems like you have a multiple ones, so you should check that out as well.


IMO, i do not believe in Chem trails... but do not use that excuse to blame the government and the bad guys to blame your illness on, instead go check it out and get treated.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Always eat a banana and make sure you have enough potassium,,my muscles twitch when i dont have enough. Hope its not the twitching in N.Y. the students have,.,



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 04:38 PM
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lay off the chemicals, like caffeine and so on. Don't gauge your use of mind altering substances by what other use. You may have a hypersensitivity to some thing you are doing or did in the past..



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 04:53 PM
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Judging from your picture I would determine that a fuse has blown.

Go find an electrician!!

Alot cheaper than a doctor!!

If not get back on the smoke wagon!!



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by Destinyone
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Sounds as if it may be a neurological issue. You should see your Doctor, request an MRI to rule out that area first.

Good Luck....


Des
Definitely neurological.Get a referral from your Dr.to see a neurologist.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 05:03 PM
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I agree with go see a Doctor, there are free clinics often County based in many States, look into it. Get off the green
What you have described are Intentional or Action Tremors. Go to Dr. sooner rather than later. Hope it turns out well



Intention Tremor: This tremor occurs when a person ends a purposeful movement (such as pressing a button) or aims for a target (as when reaching for an object with the hand). The person may miss the targeted object because of the tremor. Intention tremors are relatively slow and coarse. These tremors may result from damage to the cerebellum or its connections. Thus, cerebellar tremors and intention tremors may be used synonymously. Multiple sclerosis is a common cause. Stroke, Wilson's disease, alcoholism, and overuse of sedatives or anticonvulsants can cause the cerebellum to malfunction, resulting in an intention tremor.


www.merckmanuals.com...
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posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 05:12 PM
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I think you should go to a Dr.

Have you been out in the woods?
Been bit by a tick? Lyme disease can hit the central nervous system and cause twitching. I was treated for Lyme and you described a movement I suffered til the antibiotics kicked in.
Worth looking into.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 06:57 PM
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thats happened before/. try getting more vitamins and rest



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 07:12 PM
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  1. See a doctor
  2. Stop smoking weed
  3. Screw the bill


Professional people like doctors and lawyers are required to do a certain amount of their work, "pro-bono," each year. A medical bill, for symptoms you are describing, would be the last of my concerns.



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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go get checked out for MS, God forbid I hope thats not it



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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See link and check up on all of the symptoms that you are experiencing other then the twitching/seizures if you start getting slow or weak or your limbs go numb in the morning then it may bad and getting worse, also it can be heart related which is worse. In any case go get it checked out at your local hospital or wherever you can.

If for nothing else but to put your mind at ease on what it could be and the degree of the seriousness of it. Trust me the not knowing what it could be part is much more scary then knowing if there is something seriously wrong with you. In fact it just adds to the pressure you are experiencing.

In either case and even in worse case scenario ie death, I would not worry as it will not help things. And also death is only the beginning. But keep track of your symptoms go get checked, and if they get worse definitely get your ass to a professional asap.

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posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 08:39 PM
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Originally posted by burntoast
hello brother and sister from the beautiful cosmos...

i am here today to find out what is wrong with me, and see if anyone is willing to help me out.

here we go----

about a few months maybe 2-3 i have had little mini twitches on grabbing things...

now its getting kidna worse and now my whole hand or arm actually starts to twitch/get stuck (like turrets) only when i try and grab something...

i remember when it kinda started. i was getting milk for my cofffee and i was stuck there tryna grab it but i just couldnt. its like if my mind is not getting contact to my body to do things.

while i type this im fine not getting stuck or twitching, its really only when i try and grab something.

sometimes it gets bad and then i give up and ask someone to get something for me. i do not know what is wrong with me and top of that i also dont eat much anymore....

OK just typing this a fine lady just called and i couldnt answer my phone i was stuck and twitching or jolting...

please some one help me out im scared


Not sure if this has been suggested...but I think you're suffering from what is called "clonic seizures" These are a form of seizure that is characterised by continous and uncontrolled contraction of your muscles. I would do as others have said, and get to a doctor ASAP.

I was suffering from similar problems until recently I experienced my first "grand mal" siezure, and was diagnosed as an epileptic. Actually I went into what is called "status epilepticus" for approximately 5 days; which is a whole other nightmare by itself.
I woke up in the hospital recently with severe memory loss, and I'm still recovering from all of my episodes.

But uncontrolled twitching can be a form of seizures, and continous problems could be a sign of epilepsy or other syndromes. The best route from here is to talk to a neurologist so that they can properly diagnose you, and possibly get you on the appropriate anti-seizure medication.

I am not trying to diagnose, or scare you...but if you are experiencing these problems, the sooner you get medical attention the better it is for you.

Please feel free to PM if you want talk more about this type of thing.





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