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I have hands tremor , before taking medicine not severe as is now, no anxiety and arrhythmia, but more severe in sensitive cases, inderal (propranolol) didn't helped.

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Dr. Joseph Shen
Cardiology - Cardiac Electrophysiology
4 doctors agree

In brief: You need to see

A neurologist for your tremors, since they are be caused by many factors, things like drugs, neurological disorders, etc.
..Good luck!

In brief: You need to see

A neurologist for your tremors, since they are be caused by many factors, things like drugs, neurological disorders, etc.
..Good luck!
Dr. Joseph Shen
Dr. Joseph Shen
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Dr. William Gaya
Neurology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Hand tremors

Hand tremors are likely a manifestation of benign essential tremors, usually more prominent in one hand, hereditary, worse with caffeine beverages, stress and activity.
Fast frequency low amplitude tremor. May improve with Primidone if Inderal (propranolol) trial failed. In young patients i suggest evaluation to exclude a demyelinating disorders like multiple sclerosis . Gait/ sensory/reflexes exam suggested.

In brief: Hand tremors

Hand tremors are likely a manifestation of benign essential tremors, usually more prominent in one hand, hereditary, worse with caffeine beverages, stress and activity.
Fast frequency low amplitude tremor. May improve with Primidone if Inderal (propranolol) trial failed. In young patients i suggest evaluation to exclude a demyelinating disorders like multiple sclerosis . Gait/ sensory/reflexes exam suggested.
Dr. William Gaya
Dr. William Gaya
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