My name is Betty and I live in Melbourne, FL.
I have had OT for twenty-five years and it took me almost ten years to find out what I have. I saw nine neurologists and none had any answers for me except I should see a psychiatrist, which I did. He told me I didn't need a psychiatrist, which I knew, I just needed someone with knowledge of OT.
I saw Dr. Seth Pullman at Columbia Medical Center in NYC. He did several tests on me and diagnosed me immediately. I was thrilled to finally have a name for what I have.
I tried numerous medications, and I, too, am sensitive to almost everything, but finally found I could take Klonopin. I only take 1/2 in the a.m. and 1/2 in the p.m. Same dosage as you. I do feel I could/should be taking more, but haven't a neurologist at this time and won't increase the dosage on my own. If you feel you should increase your Klonopin, consult with your neurologist. He or she will be your best advisor.
The symptoms you described are the same as most of us have. I am so pleased you found some relief from your tremors with Klonopin, I hope that continues ~ we are all different.
You said you have some good days and some 'not so good' days. I think that is something we all experience, at least at first. As time goes on, you may find your tremors will become more frequent; that seems to be the progression for most of us.
Weakness and fatigue are also something we all experience, at least I do. When you feel fatigued, or tired, listen to your body, give it a rest. I do have pain in my legs and feet when I have tried to do too much. That's when I rest.
As for navigating the forum, you should check with the Administrator; he will be able to answer ALL of your questions. He is in charge of this website, worked out the format and keeps things in order and running smoothly. He is wonderful.....
Hope I have helped a little; stay strong and continue to read posts.
Betty in FL