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i was just chewing my nails, and all of a sudden i sorta lost control of my middle finger, and it slowly started to drift downwards by itself and i had to keep using my other hand to keep it in place, where it would begin drifting down again. it felt wierd to attempt to move it alone, like it was lodged outta place or something. eventualy it stopped, but its happened a couple times before. i cant find anything on google about something like this happening, anyone know whats wrong?
Happens to my thumb all the time, just like twitches almost out of control very fast, but it's nothing to worry about. Just nerves being nervy I suppose.
just happened the once then it wouldnt be anything to worry about, probably some nervous twitch or something. Sometimes I get it when my hands or feet randomly shake for no reason.
I get it in my biceps and knees mainly, Don't think there is anything to worry about.
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Sometimes when I'm half asleep my knee jerks itself.
I have to slap it around a bit to keep it in place.
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At 6/3/09 11:01 AM, SeaBoundRhino wrote: Sorry, you have alien hand syndrome.
Sorry, you have sloppy seconds.
You've been playing too much of some form of videogame.
I've used the analog on the playstation 3 controller so long, my thumbs start contracting a wee-bit on their own.
Either that, or...I dunno, you a chick maybe?
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Your muscles are simply contracting. Its like a twitch, just really weird.
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