Can Tizandine Or Divalproex Cause Shaking Hands

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ladyred Says:

my husband has always had a little shaking hands. but now that he is on these 2 new meds he is shaking so badly he has a hard time writing anything and his hands jerk so badly it is not hidable. He is also on methadone, lisinopril, effexxor, and pantoprazole.

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Verwon Says:

Divalproex can cause that as a side effect, according to the FDA, along with nausea, mood changes, weight gain, and memory loss.

Has he informed his doctor? He may need to try a different medication, or try something to help alleviate the tremors.

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