Review: could L-lysine cause Tremor - essential?
We study 140 people who have side effects while taking L-lysine from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Tremor - essential and more.
L-lysine (latest outcomes from 210 users) has active ingredients of lysine. It is often used in herpes labialis (oral herpes simplex).
Tremor - essential
Tremor - essential (a neurological disorder whose most recognizable feature is a tremor of the arms or hands during voluntary movements such as eating) (latest reports from 3,474 patients) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, depression, osteopenia, stress and anxiety, high blood pressure.
On Jul, 23, 2014: No report is found.
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After one year of being on Cymbalta to help with pain and depression, it did not do the job it should have. Instead for almost a year I went thru horrible pain, myoclonis, and rythmic body jerking lasting anywhere from 30 min up to 3 times a day to 6 hours or more a day and sometimes waking up with this jerking.. Went to hospital 2 times. My doctor said all this was from anxiety. My neurologist said the rythmic shaking was essential Tremor. I was unable to travel on family vacations and it caused pain and stress and we didn't know if I might start rolling around on the floor with by body on fire and horrid head pain. My neurologist answer was the shaking was due to Essential Tremor. And myoclonis was due to medicine reaction. I didn't have the myoclonis until the last 3 months of the year and was taken off Cymbalta last month.
Marshellette on May, 21, 2014:
I took this drug, Vistaril for a month, 100mg. I stopped it suddenly. For a month now I have been going through myoclonus and shaking and having shoulder, limb and hand shakes. I look like I have cerebral palsy. I also took Zyprexa. For insomnia.
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