I have had tremors for years now but was only recently diagnosed. They’ve increased in frequency the last couple of years. This year they start every time I use yard tools: motorized and not (leaf blower, sheers, etc). The neurologist I saw never gave a treatment, just confirmed they were benign. Is there something I can do to relieve them/prevent them or do I just have to live with it as is?
my doc has exhausted every possibility in an attempt to diagnose my tremors. even tested for syphilis. all labs came back at optimal levels. all scans are normal. and my tremors only seem to be getting worse. even causing facial muscle, arm muscle, and neck and chest muscle jerks. does anyone have any suggestions? i can't afford naturopathy, and i really can't afford any major diet changes.
There is somebody that take, Topamax to treat E Tremors ? And if, I want to know it does helps. Thanks.
I have had tremors since birth, but never have been diagnosed. My father and son has tremors. Is there any help.
how severe are your tremors, how often?
I have resting g tremors in my hand, have difficulty in other areas too. Doctors thought it might be Parkinson, but did a Dat scan and was normal. Is there anything besides Parkinson it could be?
Does anyone else have essential tremors and take anti-depressants? I found they make my tremors worse but because of my OCD they are necessary. Has anyone found an anti-depressant that does not increase tremors?
I just recently got diagnosed with a tremor due to some injury to my nerves. My tremor is in my right hand and it's pretty mild but it still effects things like drawing and writing. Does it usually get worse with time or does it stay the same?
Has anyone else been diagnosed with essential tremors and it came back even when on medication OR you are otherwise not convinced the diagnosis was correct?
Hi did you stop the gabapentin because it was not working for the ET , I have nerve pain too or RLS . I’m new my name is Cindy
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