Symptom: Right Sided Weakness

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Right Sided Weakness

Right sided weakness is difficulty controlling the muscles on the right side of the body. Right sided weakness may make it difficult for you to lift your right arm or leg, walk, or grab things with your right hand. Right sided weakness may also be called hemiparesis, and is often a symptom of a migraine headache. Migraines and right sided weakness may also be accompanied by nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, and dizziness. Right sided weakness may be caused by a hemiplegic migraine, which is a migraine that causes temporary paralysis on one side of the body. Right sided weakness may also be caused by a stroke, multiple sclerosis, or nerve damage.

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this has just started its just a bit weak at joints pins n needly. I get on my left sided weakness and total loss. 1/13/2011 at 03:14 PM
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Last updated on Apr 16 2014 at 15:00
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