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Old 06-18-2009, 04:55 PM   #1
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Twitches/spasm after fall

About a month ago, I tripped over my dog and broke my fall with my left hand and knee. The part of the palm just below the thumb was sore after the fall. Since then, I've developed a twitch/muscle spasm in my index finger and thumb. I also have generalized twitches. I'm suffer from GAD and am thinking/hoping this thing going on with the index finger and thumb is from is from the fall. It happens about 5, 6 times daily and is rather forceful but only last a few seconds. I feel like there is an ever so slight spasm going on, just barely noticeable. My palm also 'burns' a bit. Would a bruise account for the twitches/spasm? Please respond. Thank you so much. God-bless.

 
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