Causes Cramps In The Cheeks To The Arms And Difficulty Walking?
, I want to ask, my mother had cramps in the cheeks and arms, then the body went limp, had vomited too, because my mother’s weakness was difficult to walk.
Hello Fikri, thank you for asking.
First you have to explain further, how long this event has been felt by your mother, whether symptomatic cheeks and arms are on one side of the same body, and are there any other symptoms that get worse over time. Cramps can be caused by disorders of the peripheral nerves, peripheral blood vessels, muscles, or innervation and central blood vessels (in the brain and spine). Some possibilities that your mother can experience are:
disorders of the peripheral nerves that innervate the face and arms disorders of the peripheral blood vessels that innervate the face and arms disorders of the cheek and arm muscles problems in the spine in which there are nerves for the face and arms stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) in the brain. Of all these possibilities, of course the most worrying is a stroke or TIA. It is also possible that your mother is currently experiencing symptoms of decreased nerve function due to stroke or TIA. Strokes can be divided into ischemic strokes (due to blockage or narrowing of blood vessels of the brain) and hermorrhagic strokes (due to rupture of blood vessels of the brain resulting in bleeding in the brain). Symptoms vary greatly depending on the part of the brain affected. If this event occurs suddenly and the symptoms are felt to be heavy, then the possibility of stroke is higher. In a stroke, nausea, vomiting can be caused by increased pressure in the head. Your mother's weakness may be due to vomiting, or it may also be due to paralysis due to a stroke. You should immediately take your mother to the doctor so that you can be examined further. The doctor will try to get rid of the fatal causes first. Watch for other symptoms such as weakness in the arms or legs that get worse, accompanied by headaches, nausea, vomiting, or shortness of breath. Tell the symptoms completely and trace. If the doctor states that your mother did not suffer a stroke, then the possible cause is a disorder that is lighter and not fatal. Thus our brief information, hopefully you soon find a solution. Regards.