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Chin Quivering/Twitching

Last year I began to develop a quiver in my chin. I am able to control it at times but, for example, every time something falls out of my hands or something unexpected happens I get a quiver in my chin. I even get it when I am talking or looking at someone even when I am watching tv. It is really bugging me. Not sure what to do, not sure if I should tell the doctor or just wait and see if it will go away but it feels like it will never go away. If someone could help me out, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you
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Did you ever find the cause for your chin quivering/issue? You describe the exact same issue my 28 yes old son is experiencing and he is concerned/annoyed by this. I noticed there was another person who wrote to this site in 2011 with the same issues but never posted the diagnosis or outcome. I'm hoping you are well and the situation has cleared up. I would really appreciate any information you might have on this. Thanks so much.
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