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Unexplained Trembleing

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  • Posted By: MarshaMartin
  • March 9, 2008
  • 05:58 AM

My 16 year old went to the hospital for an extremely high blood pressure and headaches. A CT was done and she was admitted to the hospital in which later a MRI was done. Her blood pressure was put back tonormal and her headaches went away with the aid of Morphin. Day 2 she woke out of her sleep and I noticed she had a continous tremor in her right arm, I advised the docotrs so a Spinal tap was done the results were nuormal. Say 3 we were release to go home and advised to put her back in a normal setting and the tremors will go away eventually......

So far that has not been easy for me to accept...So I have been searching the internet for answers but so far nothing...Can someone plese help

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  • From what I have found on the net it could be a pinched nerve, or possibly parkinsons but as I am not a doctor I do not know for sure have her go to the doctors immediately if she continues to have tremors
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • hmm...I'd want to get to the cause of the high blood pressure, for sure. She is so young. Sounds like she needs a drastic diet change. Check your house for carbon monoxide leaks, too. Sorry but it sounds like there may have been a stroke or it could be side effects from meds they have her on...look for side effects for whatever she is on..
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Could be a reaction to a medicine.
    aquila 1,263 Replies Flag this Response
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