Now we have tremors

Now we have tremors

I noticed yesterday that Gavin is experiencing some pretty severe tremors. He physically can’t stop his hands from shaking.

I don’t know if this is something that we should be concerned with.  I mean,  it makes me really nervous but at the same time,  I don’t know if it’s new or has been going on for awhile.

We’re going to have to let the neurologist know and see what he wants to do.

**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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my tremors are a result of a drug interaction. two of my meds overloaded my system and I was diagnosed with Serotonin Syndrome.

definitely talk to the neuro as soon as possible. my neuro is the one who diagnosed me.
My recent post Why Self-Control Matters and How to Get More of It

Ashley Jensen

If I am not mistaken, Gavin is taking Depakote, right? If so, tremors are a common side effect.
BUT, it is good to discuss everything with the neurologist anyways!

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