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tremors in my left hand!

Posted by dthomas on Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Well, I am going on 3 3/4 of a month, and i am taking lessons, and I have run into a wall!, My left hand has tremors, and when I am trying to make a vamp or a quick chord change, I am shaking all  over the place, I have to tell you all that i didn't practice yesterday for the first time cause I was so bummed out. My wife was really shocked that  I didn't pick it up, any good ideas out there in my banjo family? I hope you all have some good things to tell me!  Thank for your time  dt



4 comments on “tremors in my left hand!”

Texasbanjo Says:
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 @11:10:13 AM

Go to your doctor and find out what the problem is -- maybe it can be fixed -- if you wait around, it might become a permanent problem -- go to the doctor NOW.

Might not be anything at all, might be a huge problem if you don't check it out now.

beetlegeist Says:
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 @11:33:55 AM

TYexasbanjo is quite right, go to your doctor, Don. Get that checked out just in case it is anything bad. The banjo needs your left hand.

Karen Kruske Says:
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 @6:53:28 PM

Could be a pinched nerve. A doctor will be able to tell you for sure.

banjodawg Says:
Thursday, June 16, 2011 @1:25:52 PM

Could be symptom of a temporary, minor problem and it could be a symptom of a BIG problem. I echo the advice above - Go to the doctor! (This happened to my brother-in-law who was told that this could be anything from a potassium deficiency to Parkinson's disease. Luckily, it was the former.)

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