Starting two years ago I noticed a tremor in my right hand when holding a spoon with soup and moving from the plate to the mouth. This was happening very rarely, like 2-3 times a month when I was tired or stressed. The tremor was more intense when reaching the mouth. In March my mom passed away and I went through a lot of stress. From April I noticed the tremor happened more often, especially at rest. I went to see neuro dr. I told him the tremor goes away when my focus is diverted something else. He checked me and he said I have ET. I went to another one. He told me I have ET. I went to another one. He said I have ET. I did not buy it so I went and saw another two neurologists specialized in motion disorders. They both told me I have PD. One gave me levodoba the other amantadine. I fell into a big depression. I had trouble concentrate and I'm a computer programmer. Finally I decided to fight back and ignore the PD and be the same like I was before. It helped a lot. I did not start yet any medication. The tremor is the single symptom I have right now and they are days when I barely feel it. I'm 63 and I try to stay away of medication as long as I can. Exercising and especially walking help a lot.