Shaking after holding something

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Postby Jennhaz on September 26th, 2006, 7:41 pm

That is right I forgot Mark you had an EMG I was not sure and did not know if your Dr. was even going to do one...Well see you got that clean bill so now you can sit back and relax and you will get better with time. I do know that when i had the anxiety I was really bad with my symptoms or the virus is leaving me but anyway you will get better too. God Bless..Jenn
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Postby twitcherHH on August 9th, 2012, 4:09 am

Alex_als wrote:Ok lets try something!

Stand straight - lift one of u're legs and knee down -

Stay at this position for a while.

Look at u're tigh.

Do u see it trembling? Can u maybe see the muscle go twitching? Fast fasciculations?


Yes, I can see a very fast twitching in my thigh. I always thought that's normal?!
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby veryworried123 on February 18th, 2014, 8:10 pm

I just tried this and yes I get fast rippling and twitches and shaky on both sides of my outer thigh

Really got me worried
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby Josmo on February 24th, 2014, 11:03 am

I have exactly same rippling muscle when in use !!!
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby ShawnW on February 24th, 2014, 11:20 am

Josmo wrote:I have exactly same rippling muscle when in use !!!


I think that's Alex's point. We all have that. When you are testing muscles in odd ways, you will notice odd observations. BTW: I wish he would have clarified as I'm sure several people lost sleep over his statement. Lets think before we say things then drop off the planet.
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Postby ShawnW on February 24th, 2014, 11:22 am

twitcherHH wrote:
Alex_als wrote:Ok lets try something!

Stand straight - lift one of u're legs and knee down -

Stay at this position for a while.

Look at u're tigh.

Do u see it trembling? Can u maybe see the muscle go twitching? Fast fasciculations?


Yes, I can see a very fast twitching in my thigh. I always thought that's normal?!


It is normal. When someone is being sarcastic I really wish they would clarify...especially with this group.
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby veryworried123 on March 6th, 2014, 12:28 am

Does anyone have mark Gerard's contact info
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby veryworried123 on March 6th, 2014, 12:35 am

Or does anyone have a video to ensure we are discussing the same thing
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby veryworried123 on March 6th, 2014, 12:44 am

http://youtu.be/mIcL4ORO5OI

Here is what we are referring too

See link above

Semi flexed one leg
Happends in both legs when some pressure is applied
Doesn't happen fully flexed or relaxed

Does anyone else have this an have they got it tested
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby ShawnW on March 6th, 2014, 6:25 am

veryworried123 wrote:http://youtu.be/mIcL4ORO5OI

Here is what we are referring too

See link above

Semi flexed one leg
Happends in both legs when some pressure is applied
Doesn't happen fully flexed or relaxed

Does anyone else have this an have they got it tested


We are talking about the same thing. That is normal. Stop doing this to yourself.
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Re: Shaking after holding something

Postby veryworried123 on March 6th, 2014, 10:50 am

Did anyone get this checked out at the Nero and if so what exactly is it wises happening all of a sudden
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