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no matter the object, it just falls, like I didn't grasp it

I seem to have a problem with my left hand, it is not numb nor paralyzed, but when I try to pick something up with it , no matter the object, it just falls, like I didn't grasp it at all.. not real sure this making sense, or if its something to be concerned about. Just curious if anyone knows what this could be, if anything? Or has this happened to anyone else?
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replied October 28th, 2013
Thank you for your question. Lack of fine movements and decreased position sense may be responsible for your symptoms. These symptoms can be signs of a neurological disorder. I think, you have to see a neurologist. By Andre Strizhak


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