I would be interested to know how you are doing with this. My daughter has the same situation. age 14, Right hand tremors, headaches, MRI normal. She tested positive for mononucleosis so I am hoping her symptoms resolve as the virus goes away. There is another older post with similar symptoms by another parent.View Thread
I see this a fairly old post but I am in the same situation and am desperate to get help for my 14 yr old daughter. She has had a severe headache, unusual for her, and arm tremors (beginning with the right arm) for 2 plus weeks. The arm tremors for more than three weeks. At a visit to our dr about them I had her get a flu shot, within 6 hrs she had a raging headache that is still going on. She had an MRI on Monday and we are awaiting results as well as an appt with the neurologist. Any info would be appreciated. I am VERY worried.View Thread
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