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Is this something I have to be worried about?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Ramsweb, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    Guys,

    When I get angry or really frustrated about something, my left leg or rather the left foot starts to shake uncontrollably. Is this something that I have to be worried about. It has happened a few times.

    I usually never lose my cool but it has happened like 3 times in the past 6 months or so. I tried looking up some conditions but the web just gives yahoo answers and it seems that a lot of people experience something like that.

    Is this something to worry about. Sorry if the question is inappropriate for this forum but I guess I just wanted assurance from my work community :) as this is where I work.

    Thanks
    Ramsweb
     
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    Dude if it worries you, get your ass to the doctor and don't take medical advice from a message board full of anonymous spammers. :)

    If it's stress related it could just be some kind of nervous reaction or restless leg syndrome, but get it checked out just to be safe.
     
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    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    I agree with Autumn, If it worries you then you need to get some advice from people that are actually educated in that area. Whether its psychological or physiological you need to talk to the right people. Not a bunch of Internet Marketers. Who knows maybe this will be your next money making niche...
     
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  4. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    lol...the next money making niche - "Stop uncontrollable leg shakes - Home Made Remedy - Just $47".

    But you are right...I think I should go see a doctor. But don't they need to see it happen. Maybe I will ask him for the bill as soon as I get in there. It will be ridiculously high and my leg might start to shake again. Then I will tell him "look look it is happening" - lol
     
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    My jokes aside, I am quite worried about it. I will definitely be seeing a doctor. Thanks for your replies guys.
     
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    Good luck, and I hope all turns out well. Be sure to let the do know as much as you can tell them about when it happens and what happens. Because like you said it is easier if they see it take place.
     
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    It's a habit.
     
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    Sounds very close to what I have. Thanks for the pointer. My left leg is slightly shorter than my right. So, I guess some nerve is a little bit screwed up somewhere.