MY husband, 45, has always had "essential tremors" in his hands when moving and when focused on an activity. Both of us recently noticed that when he is resting his right hand will tremor and he wants to get checked out for Parkinson's, after signing on to a disability company. I have so many questions, from disability claims to is it really Parkinsson's to how old is it usually diagnosed. All I know about PD is Michael J. Fox, and I am terrified.
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