Has anyone experience shaking or tremoring after surgery? I can not stop shaking. It seems like it gets worse as the day goes on. I have asked my PCP and the surgeon. Maybe electolyte imbalance while adjusting to having only half a thyroid, that should work itself out -according to my PCP. Going hypo maybe according to the surgeon -shouldn't be yet, but could be - blood tests ordered for Mon. So I am told to wait and see -that drives me crazy -for how long-do they just hope it will go away if they ignore it?
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