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No I don't think so.
A very subtle difference like this wouldn't be able to be detected on any tests
This seems more like something to do with a technique or body change
I would see a trainer first
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in that case perhaps a neurologist visit would help
an EMG and an MRI of the brain would rule out any neurological causes
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