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Body jolts.
Jun 13, 2008
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Body jolts.
Aug 31, 2007
... For the last few years I have been experiencing odd body movements, I'm not quite sure how to explain them but I will try. ... (2 replies)
Body jolts.
Jun 27, 2008
... My son was having body jerks and we think it was due to med he was taking for seizures. He was on trileptal. He described some of the same sensations that you have. ... (2 replies)

... Hello tantrum, Lyme can lay dormant for years, if not decades...sometimes the body's immune system can keep it in check and sometimes stress, injury, illness, or certain meds (like steroids) can bring the infection into action with the blink of an eye. Some people recover from Lyme on their own, some need antibiotics and other treatments, and some people get worse and die.... (7 replies)
... Hi, All. (33 yo female) I have the muscle ticks, tremors, and the like, including the eye twitches. Of course, you know, it's nerves. Well, I had these symptoms for about a year before I was diagnosed with Graves Disease (over active thyroid). I have since undergone Radioactive Iodine Treatment which "killed" my thyroid. Now I take Synthroid to get the hormones my... (11 replies)
... I have been experiencing twitches and jolts everyday for around six months. The jolts or jumps seem to happen when I'm relaxed and either sitting or laying down. ... (0 replies)
... Had some thoracic jolts and jolts that extended my spinal column into my thighs. ... (0 replies)
... and am being treated for sleep apnea so I can speak from experience. When we stop breathing due to obstructive or central sleep apnea, the oxygen levels in our body drop...our brain "realizes" this is happening and jolts us awake so we can breath again. ... (3 replies)
... golfmom: I joined the list to look for things just like you mentioned. What it is, I don't know. But I know that I experience the same things that you do. "zaps", "jolts", "shocks", whatever that come and go real quickly. All the research I've done says it's not serious. Brain tumors have much more debilitating symptoms, and these things are not debilitating, just... (10 replies)
... out your body and usually occur while laying down but while still awake right before falling asleep and only last for a split second? ... (7 replies)
... happens every day, when i'm tired, when i lay down to go to sleep it happens continuously making it hard to stay asleep. some times the sound and feeling of the jolts are so loud and strong it wakes me up. ... (5 replies)

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