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Considering taking medication to treat Essential Tremor? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Essential Tremor. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Xanax oral     2818 User Reviews
Topamax oral     2068 User Reviews
Neurontin oral     2010 User Reviews
gabapentin oral     1551 User Reviews
atenolol oral     1225 User Reviews
clonazepam oral     1025 User Reviews
Klonopin oral     937 User Reviews
alprazolam oral     670 User Reviews
propranolol oral     337 User Reviews
topiramate oral     220 User Reviews
primidone oral     147 User Reviews
sotalol oral     128 User Reviews
Xanax XR oral     114 User Reviews
Mysoline oral     78 User Reviews
Tenormin oral     65 User Reviews
nadolol oral     52 User Reviews
Inderal LA oral     45 User Reviews
Betapace oral     32 User Reviews
Gralise oral     31 User Reviews
Botox injection     29 User Reviews
Botox Cosmetic intramuscular     27 User Reviews
Trokendi XR oral     24 User Reviews
Corgard oral     19 User Reviews
InnoPran XL oral     16 User Reviews
Alprazolam Intensol oral     13 User Reviews
Sotalol AF oral     12 User Reviews
Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack oral     11 User Reviews
Botox Cosmetic injection     8 User Reviews
nimodipine oral     5 User Reviews
Betapace AF oral     5 User Reviews
sotalol intravenous     3 User Reviews
Topiragen oral     2 User Reviews
onabotulinumtoxinA intramuscular     1 User Reviews
Fanatrex oral     1 User Reviews
Hemangeol oral     1 User Reviews
Qudexy XR oral     1 User Reviews
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