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Why would I have a jaw tremor? I now take clonazepam and it still does not help.

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry

In brief: Jaw tremor

It can occur in various neurological disorders, such as essential tremor, parkinson's disease, dystonia, myoclonus, hereditary geniospasm & also in normal situations such as shivering .
Discuss with a neurologist to see if Botox injection would help. Good luck.

In brief: Jaw tremor

It can occur in various neurological disorders, such as essential tremor, parkinson's disease, dystonia, myoclonus, hereditary geniospasm & also in normal situations such as shivering .
Discuss with a neurologist to see if Botox injection would help. Good luck.
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