for the past few years i have been living with quite a peculiar problem. everytime i want to move, i seem to have a problem with my muscles cramping up. this includes the muscles in my legs, my entire arm, and face(mouth). the symptoms are mostly on the left side of my body. the symptoms have increased in frequency throughout the past three years to the point that every movement is a choir. the best way i can describe it is that it actually takes effort for me to walk from point A to point B. i can do it, it just takes effort for the muscle cramping not to occur. this is where it gets strange because i actually feel that i can control my symptoms to a degree. if i stand still and focus on something else, the feelings will subside, typically with a tingling or burning sensation, but no muscle cramping. social functions are now a problem because obvioulsy humans have to move around, and since now movement is a problem to me, it makes me nervous to walk in front of people or in lines, just doing everyday things takes focus on my part so that the muscle cramping will not happen. i can get through a day without the cramping, but only using the techniques described above. what is happening to me, should i be seeing a neurologist or a psychiatrist? the only things i can come up with on the internet based on my symptoms is TETANY and EPILEPSY(simple partial seizures). i am quite literally scared that i am losing control of my body, please help...............................Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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