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 My thumb sometimes involuntarily pulls into my palm?

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What is the pain in my palm under my thumb?

This is most likely ripped tissue in that part of your hand. And if it isn't the next thing i would imagine is a pulled muscle from working it to hard.
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My thumb pops in the middle joint in between the nail and palm (10 points)?

I don't think it's anything to worry about too much. Just try to pop/crack that middle joint. (try popping to the sides, then pulling, that helps alot.) It will probably go away in time.
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How can I train myself not to smile involuntarily?

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If a paraplegic moves a toe involuntarily?

I wouldn't read too much into it. I've got a friend who's a T12 complete, and she's never had a spasm in her life, but the three middle toes on her right foot move on their own occasionally. Just a... Read More »
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