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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?

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    • Pickleperson

      751d

      In my situation even though I don’t have a physiological tremor mine gets worse and then seems like it’s almost not there sometimes I haven’t seen it become progressively worse and stay that way though and I’ve had my tremor since childhood

    • Pickleperson

      751d

      In my situation even though I don’t have a physiological tremor mine gets worse and then seems like it’s almost not there sometimes I haven’t seen it become progressively worse and stay that way though and I’ve had my tremor since childhood

    • Kelz

      767d

      Technically an ET is a progressive disease. However, mine has not gotten worse since diagnoses like 10-12 years ago.

    • monstrously_witty

      767d

      It stays the same for many people. Sometimes it can get a bit worse with age. However, stress, caffeine, alcohol and lack of sleep usually makes it worse. I developed my ones as a result of taking gabapentin.

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