What causes tremors after eating?

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Hello there, for the last week I've been having tremors and sometimes nausea after eating. I was diagnosed with mononucleosis back in the middle of July, and since then I've had all kinds of symptoms: Fatigue, muscle weakness, brain fog, stomach cramps, less appetite, and nausea. The symptoms had mostly gone away until my period, but two days before my cycle began they all came back, especially the nausea after eating. Now normally, I have anxiety anyways, but lately I've been somewhat constipated, my eyes and nose have been dried out, and the vision in my right eye seems worse (but I might just have not noticed it before since I wasn't so hyperaware of everything then). But my biggest concern is that after I eat, I feel really shaky. My whole body will have tremors for up to 30 minutes almost immediately after eating and it really worries me. I've been eating a lot less than usual because of my lessened appetite and nausea, and I was already underweight to begin with so I was thinking maybe vitamin deficiency, but it worries me so much and I'm out of town so I can't go back to the doctor right now for anymore bloodwork. Bloodwork done in July came back fine except for the mono, dehydration, and a slight vitamin D deficiency, but it's really worrying me. I was told trembling can happen with mono, but I posted in this category instead now since it usually happens mostly after I've eaten.

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