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mj953 (@mj953)

Internal tremors

Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: Apr 29 9:22am | Replies (5)

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@colleenyoung

@mj953, you may be interested in this related discussion:
– GI Disorder and Internal Shaking https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/gi-disorder-and-internal-shaking/

I'm curious to discover why you posted your question in the Digestive Health group. Your health care team has investigated possible heart issues and neurological issues. Do you think that there may be a gastrointestinal connection or would you like me to move your discussion to the Brain & Nervous System group?

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I’m also experiencing internal shaking or maybe it’s best described as my body feels like jello and my coffee cup shakes when I hold it as I see tremors in my hand/fingers. This does not happen all the time. I keep wondering if miralax could cause the shaking? I have an appt with my GI Dr this week (teleheath visit only), cardiologist next week, and neurologist the following week. I worry about Parkinson’s or something worse.

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