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Myokymia Treatments

Myokymia: Treatments

Some of the possible treatments for Myokymia from various sources may include:

  • Patients with radiation plexopathy require no intervention
  • Myokymia seen in acute or chronic polyradiculoneuropathy usually improves with immunomodulatory therapy
  • Transient myokymia that develops after strenuous exercise resolves spontaneously over weeks to month
  • For conditions secondary to thyrotoxicosis, poisoning, and alcoholic cramp syndrome, the myokymia disappears with resolution or improvement of the medical conditions
  • Antiepileptic agents
  • Phenytoin
  • Dilantin
  • Carbamezepine
  • Tegretol

Treatments for Myokymia

The following treatments are listed for Myokymia in our knowledge base:

  • Treatment is aimed at underlying pathology

Treatments for Causes of Myokymia

Review the treatment information pages for various causes of Myokymia:

More causes: not all possible causes for Myokymia are listed above; for a full list refer to causes of Myokymia.

Treatment Notes

Only your doctor can advise whether any of these treatments are appropriate for your specific medical situation. Always discuss all treatment options with your doctor before making a decision, including whether to start or discontinue any treatment plan.

Conditions listing medical symptoms: Myokymia:

The following list of conditions have 'Myokymia' or similar listed as a symptom in our database. This computer-generated list may be inaccurate or incomplete. Always seek prompt professional medical advice about the cause of any symptom.

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