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virgil1
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   Posted 5/5/2009 1:42 PM (GMT -6)   
Do any of you sometimes feel like you have the shakes....even though you can't see yourself shaking...you just feel that way expecially after walking or some other exercise...

I seem to have this problem especially in my arms

Jokat
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   Posted 5/5/2009 1:46 PM (GMT -6)   
All of the time
I call it fibro sickness. I am like that after any kind of exercise, after work, etc.... It usually calms down after a little rest. My wife will ask me if I am OK alot becasue I am shaking and do not realize it.
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poodles
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   Posted 5/5/2009 1:57 PM (GMT -6)   
Yes...absolutely. I just took a shower, and I am shaking so bad! I also breathe hard after any kind of exertion. Like I ran a marathon. No wonder I don't do more stuff...just getting ready finishes me off for the day. eyes
Vickie

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Baloo
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   Posted 5/5/2009 2:28 PM (GMT -6)   
yes, yes and Yes! I shake and have tremors really bad. Sometimes you can see me shake and other times you can. Anybody know what causes this. I first thought it was my low sugar( fibro fog just set in and can"t remember the name) well anyway it isn't that. I think sometimes people look at me when I am shaking thinking I need a drink or something. hee hee.
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vestabula
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   Posted 5/5/2009 4:26 PM (GMT -6)   
One night I was laying on the bed reading a book and I felt this vibration and thought we were having an earthquake.  Ran in and asked the hubby if he felt it...NO.  No wonder...it was me!  It got worse and one night I 'vibrated' so bad the vase on the table across the room shook.  Went to ER as I thought I was having some kind of seizure issue.  They ran a bunch of tests and everything came back normal.  Turns out it was my muscles spasming all over my body when I relaxed.  It was not a painful sensation...it felt like I was sitting on the spin cycle of a washing machine.  This was about 16 years ago and it has never returned.  It was either fibro and or anxiety, according to my Rheumy.  But it was one of the scariest sensations I have ever had and never heard of anyone else whose body could internally shake so bad the vibrations could knock over a vase clear across the room!
 
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kathydownunder
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   Posted 5/5/2009 5:47 PM (GMT -6)   
It is nice to know someone else suffers from this as well for me it gets so bad that my kids feld me on the bed because they believed I was going to fall of. With me it comes if I am suffering a lot of pain. Also I can stop it if let it happen when they first start but if I stop the shaking it will get a lot worse. I have it four or five times a year getting tired also set it of if I go and do too much.
Kathy

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   Posted 5/5/2009 6:45 PM (GMT -6)   
My hands have been shaking lately. I thought that maybe it was from low blood sugar. I don't think it was muscle spasms or anything like that.

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luvspringflowers
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   Posted 5/5/2009 6:46 PM (GMT -6)   

Oh wow. I'm so glad that someone posted this. I get this sensation like vibrating especially in my shoulders at night when I am trying to go to sleep. If it gets too bad I have to take a flexeril; which then ruins my morning because I am so groggy.... I didn't know why this happens but apparently from the other posts this may be common, hmmm very interesting.

It is so weird because you can not really see the spasm but it is there!!! Hope we don't all shake off our beds. HAHA


Shash13
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   Posted 5/5/2009 10:25 PM (GMT -6)   
Sure was glad to see this posted... get it mostly in my legs, arms, and hands, but have had 'all over' sensation, too. Have had fibro for years, but this just started for me about eight or ten weeks ago. (Terrible at time issues anymore, so not sure, really...) Really scary at times and minor at others. Mostly after exertion for me, even minor. Also the shortness of breath. Just like lots of fibro stuff, it's hard to figure out what is another problem and what is 'just fibro'...
Shash
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patsie
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   Posted 5/6/2009 7:06 AM (GMT -6)   
Shash just made a good comment about what is really just fibro. We seem to just have everything with this "thing". I too get the vib thing especially after exercise. Now I cannot see it, it is more just internal. I also have such a heavy feeling in my legs after exercise that I never had before.

Patsie

Hara
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   Posted 5/9/2009 12:08 AM (GMT -6)   
vestabula said...
One night I was laying on the bed reading a book and I felt this vibration and thought we were having an earthquake.  Ran in and asked the hubby if he felt it...NO.  No wonder...it was me!  It got worse and one night I 'vibrated' so bad the vase on the table across the room shook.  Went to ER as I thought I was having some kind of seizure issue.  They ran a bunch of tests and everything came back normal.  Turns out it was my muscles spasming all over my body when I relaxed.  It was not a painful sensation...it felt like I was sitting on the spin cycle of a washing machine.  This was about 16 years ago and it has never returned.  It was either fibro and or anxiety, according to my Rheumy.  But it was one of the scariest sensations I have ever had and never heard of anyone else whose body could internally shake so bad the vibrations could knock over a vase clear across the room!
 
Huggies
Donna

Donna, I have sat down on my bed a couple of times and felt it vibrating, it nearly made me sick and it wasn't even vibrating that hard. I also thought that we were having an earthquake here in northwest Washington. Sometimes I do physically shake as well. I have know idea why that is?
HARA

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