I have been trembling (twitching) in my shoulders, hands, legs, etc. for about 8 months now. My Dr. has done blood tests. I had ALL the symptoms of hyperthyroidism but it came back normal. My other symptoms are weak, shaky legs and a very hard heartbeat. My EMG was normal, but the neurologist still wants me to see another expert to totally rule out Parkinsons. Polymyositis was also ruled out. What am I to do? Do I have MS? Parkinsons? My testosterone level is still very low as well and I have lost lots of muscle mass. I'm taking Androgel but only every other day to save money. Will taking it everyday make a big difference?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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