If your baby doesn't loosen his/her fists in the next period of time or so you may want to alter it to the attention of their doctor. It could be nada and much babies fitting keep their fists clenched, but it could be something. So if you haven't already discussed it with the pediatrist you may want to.
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I know we have discussed this before, I just can't find the discussions on the forum. When my fingers start curling, I can't kind a fist because it seems like my joints move somewhere it isnt putative to. But my menage doc got me to try that vitamin cocktail. In addition, there may be confusion, disorientation, hallucinations, depression, epileptic fits, hypertension, tachycardia and tetany.""The most common sign of symptom is what is called "neuromuscular irritability." Your nerves and muscles, which are directly related to blood metallic element levels, may cramp or twitch. I will deffinalty ask my doc about a vitamin cocktail. penultimate Wednesday and weekday my family and I went to a indoor water park/hotel and everytime I started swim in one of the pools, my big toes on both my feet would start painfully curling. If I take my hands off the steering wheeled vehicle it official document go back to normal jolly quick... It doesnt go on all the time...usually a week or two out of the month and it gets frustrating???? If your ancestry try results indicate hypocalcemia, you may notice muscle cramps in your legs or your arms. I do have bad luck in my hands, muscle cramps, tachycardia and numbness and tingling! Jeepers, its crazy how a thing or two can be low or high and cause so many problems. I tried everything to get it to stop in the water but it wouldnt. You may notice, with mildly lowered blood calcium levels, numbness and tingling of your fingers and toes."So, maybe the nutrition cocktail would work. Thanks for the replies, its helps so a good deal :)Weleetka... Prednisone, Imuran, Plaquenil, Lyrica, Cymbalta, Darvon, Levothyroxine, Atenolol, Cozaar, Mirapex, Zyrtec, Fosamax, Albuterol, Prilosec, CPAPI noticed you're action steroids.