Severe rocking, shaking and tremors inside & out

Posted by gosssamer702 @gosssamer702, Apr 17, 2021

Hello everyone my name is Mary and I live in Saint Joseph Missouri. Just over two years ago I experienced a very traumatic injury which affected my spine, causing several bulging disc’s and one vertebrae that is pushed inward. additionally my hip on the right side shifted up. I am experiencing extreme chronic pain since then that’s basically affected me from the base of my skull to my feet. I have seen four neurosurgeons, two neurologists, an internal medicine specialist and a battery of various other medical types. To date, nothing. No one has an answer. The neurologist says I should see the neurosurgeon while the neurosurgeon says I should see the neurologist. I experience really bad shaking when I get out of bed accompanied by temporary stuttering that goes away after a few minutes. When I sit down, I experience horrible pain in my sacrum area along with a swaying/rocking motion as I sit in a chair. Has anyone experienced anything like this that they could share with me and the group? Any input is greatly appreciated.

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@gosssamer702

Yes for pain and shaking. I have severe spine injury. They all said no idea what it is and see neurologist. Neurologists are baffled and see neurosurgeon. Neurosurgeon said can’t help so see neurologist….,
One hospital visit they said I needed mental ward admission when clearly my spine messed up causing pain. I can barely walk and on walker waiting to see orthopedic spine surgeon.

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@gosssamer702 perhaps it is time to seek another opinion at another hospital? Have you considered that?

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@gosssamer702-I recommend a Neuropsychologist. There is a nervous system component to this. Especially with no sleep. You have to work with someone to calm the nervous system as it gets severely effected by chronic ongoing pain and emotional pain as well.

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@amandajro

@gosssamer702 perhaps it is time to seek another opinion at another hospital? Have you considered that?

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I’ve never heard of a neuropsychologist. I’ll check into that. Thank you. 🤗

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