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Tremors from environment or illness?

Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: Dec 4, 2023 | Replies (18)

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I am so sorry that you have such a sensitivity to things. It sounds quite debilitating for you at times.

Yes, I am quite sensitive to certain chemicals. We do have a lot of new in the house, besides just the house itself. Much of the furniture had to be purchased after moving in, and it has slowly accumulated. We do have vinyl plank floors throughout much of the house. We also have a propane stovetop and fireplace. Our trusty old vehicle finally gave out, so we also have a new car. (It’s not looking good on the chemical front, is it?) Most everyone has their lawn treated by the same company.

Honestly, it could be so many things, I will just have to pick away at the list to see if there are any correlations with stronger symptoms. You’ve provided so many great suggestions!

I have multiple tests for the home coming today and tomorrow. We do live in a rather damp area, and we have woods near our home.

We got our cat after moving in to this house, and he was tiny and extremely sick when we got him. We don’t know if he has a “normal” that doesn’t include tremors. They developed as he aged.

I did go visit family after the first episode. During the trip, I started having smaller episodes. By the end of the two weeks, I was having tremors 24/7. My mother is good about minimizing unnatural environmental stuff because of her own health issues, so the fact that I continued to get worse there is curious.

I finally received the remainder of my blood test results. No tick issues and nothing else abnormal shows up. This situation is so bizarre! After noticing the small tremors on the others, I realized I could have been having them much longer than I realized. They’re very not noticeable, but I did confirm with a nurse that they definitely look abnormal.

I appreciate all of the kind words and suggestions that everyone has provided. I’m really hoping to solve this mystery soon. Prayers for healing for you too! Cateye13

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That really is curious that you got worse after 2 weeks away from home unless it’s your car or personal products. If just your kids also had symptoms I’d even suspect something hereditary but since your husband is having issues too…hmmm. These kinds of medical mysteries are sooo frustrating. Believe me, I understand. Normal lab results are normally welcome except when you’re still experiencing symptoms. Good luck with the home testing. Please keep us posted. I feel invested in your story.