A bug, not a feature

By is. - 08/04/2021 00:30

Today, I discovered that it is not, in fact, normal for ones hands to randomly stop working sometimes. I thought I was just clumsy. FML
I agree, your life sucks 886
You deserved it 75

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I hope it's nothing serious. In severe cases, that could be a sign of motor skill impairment. Be well, OP.

please go see a neurologist they can help you diagnose what's wrong you may have peripheral neuropathy or some other neurological disorder causing the clumsiness

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I hope it's nothing serious. In severe cases, that could be a sign of motor skill impairment. Be well, OP.

please go see a neurologist they can help you diagnose what's wrong you may have peripheral neuropathy or some other neurological disorder causing the clumsiness

You honestly thought that was normal?

If you’re not told otherwise, why wouldn’t you think it was normal? I thought it was normal to have period cramps so bad, I looked like I had the flu (I even was told to go to the nurse once in high school because of it).

you're not alone. I have the same problem and no idea why. been like this for many years

MeLandes 7

wait...what? really? guess I should see a doctor...

I have the same problem. Sometimes it's just hands but mostly it's all the way up to the arms. My neurologist couldn't figure it out and neither could the cardiologist or psychological neurologist he referred me to. I hope you have better luck with your diagnosis.

I drop things often. I was told it could be carpal tunnel

I have carpal tunnel and that can cause you to drop stuff more than normal. I have dropped my phone a million times. I've done serious damage even with an OtterBox defender