Should I go see a doctor? Explanation inside.


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Sep16-08, 07:32 PM
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My left hand shakes whenever I'm holding something with it. It's not just small movements, it really is shaking abnormally. I don't know how long I've had this, I noticed it yesterday while holding my umbrella. Could this be temporary? I don't know if it's worth going to see the doctor over it.
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yes i think you should go see a doctor it could be serious

http://www.embarrassingproblems.co.uk/shakyhands.htm

this website has a few possible solutions to it, but also check out parkinson's disease
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We cannot diagnose anything here. Go see a doctor.

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Should I go see a doctor? Explanation inside.


Should I go see a doctor?
If you have to ask - yes - go see a doctor.

If something about one's health or body is unusual or doesn't seem right - go see your doctor!


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