If you are having a consistent problem of twitching you may want to see your doctor. Most twitching problems are involuntary so you cannot really keep yourself from doing this. Your doctor may want to do an MRI or run other tests. They will then help you by giving you medication or possibly an operation if necessary.
Don't have too much sugar.
my arm isn't twitching.
There could be several medical causes for a left arm twitching. The twitching could be caused by a muscle or even a nerve.
yes it does cause muscle twitching
Chlamydia won't cause muscle twitching.
Muscle twitching is mainly cause by stress and anxiety.
Typically neurological problems will cause head twitching in children. This twitching could be helped or cured by certain prescribed medications.
twitching is when any part of the body (most commony i the eye) is in a short fast movement..
Fasciculation is involuntary twitching of skeletal muscle fibers.
Pulse is the medical term meaning twitching of an artery.
You should speak to a doctor about getting your nose to stop twitching. Nose twitching can be a sign of nerve damage. It also can happen when people are tired or stressed out.
Thumb twitching is not normal if you thumb twitchs you may want to consult a doctor.
Toretts syndrome is a horrible condition where people are affected by twitching. This twitching is sometimes painful to the person.
you stop twitching your eye, generally it's a virus. Don't stick your eye in there anymore.
The part of speech of twitching is a verb like when you twitch your eye or other parts of the body
To some horses, twitching is just natural. But often times, the horse is twitching because of flies or other insects. twitching is just their way of getting the flies off of them.
Your dogs leg may be twitching because it may have gotten hurt or because it doesn't have strength with in its body......
Cause I peed on it
A common sound effect for twitching is ひくひく (hiku hiku) in Japanese.
Both the crying and the twitching could be pointing towards a painful injury of some kind. See a vet!