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... the dosage is...please give us more info. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks so much for your suggestions. I have been reading up on mineral deficiencies such as magnesium. He was tested for this during the sleep study and had no deficiencies but that was several years ago and things can change. We do eat healthy and he is very active but we probably could do more. (6 replies)
???'s on magnesium
Jun 14, 2008
... ratio of calcium to magnesium!" I REALLY DIDNT UNDERSTAND THAT, COULD U PLEASE EXPLAIN, IF NOT TO MUCH TROUBLE. and oh the dosage its 250mg for 1 pill. ... (4 replies)

???'s on magnesium
Jun 14, 2008
... Finally, if the magnesium deficiency is severe enough, it may take months or years to "recover"...but I don't remember what was meant by severe... ... (4 replies)
... Then back off by about 500 mg, and you have your ideal level. Your body gets ride of unneeded magnesium through the gut, so except for dealing with temporary diarrhea, there are no side effects. ... (1 replies)
... I continue to read that a lack of magnesium (might) be a cause of RLSand so I purchased some today. The tablets I have are 250mg and (as per the label) provide 65% of the daily amount. Is there a maximum daily amount that can be taken. I'm not sure if this is like vitamin B or C where your body takes as much as it can and then discards the rest or if it's like vitamin A... (1 replies)
... olate and Vit D deficiencies, as well as magnesium, calcium and potassium, all of which can contribute to RLS. Hopefully all of those were checked. I find taking magnesium 400mg and calcium 600mg at bedtime helps. ... (12 replies)
... I started taking a supplement of magnesium yesterday to see if it helps with my symptoms. Is 300 mg magnesium a day enough, or should I go for more? ... (0 replies)
... Right now I am taking Gabapentin and I don't think it works at all. I've tried taking two pills to increase the dosage but that didn't help. I don't want to take too much. In fact, it almost feels like Gabapentin makes my symptoms worse but that just could be in my head. ... (19 replies)
... Simply taking magnesium may not help....it is important to take it in the right proportion to calcium as too much calcium may negate the magnesium. ... (9 replies)
... Other helpful drugs for RLS are sedatives, anticonvulsants, and pain relievers. No one thing works for all, and no one dosage of any drug works for all. Many use 1 mg. per day of Requip, and get along fine. One person uses 14 mg. per day and still has problems. ... (15 replies)
... but lately they have not seemed to help as much. Do I need to up the dosage . . . or do I need to go back to eating junk? ... (7 replies)
... tle side effect of killing your white blood corpuscles which will leave you wide open for any germ coming down the pike to do you in. Eventually we decreased the dosage down to two in the morning and two at night. ... (12 replies)
For Michelle12
Apr 25, 2005
... day for about 6 months, then went to 500 mg and I'm still on that dosage. Plus I eat more foods with magnesium in it. ... (3 replies)
... in my legs, thighs or feet doesn't really feel like either of those, but I suspect it may be related. My doctor had recommended several years ago that I take a magnesium supplement for my noctural leg cramps. I took 250 mg daily, and it didn't seem to help. However, recently I've increased the daily dosage to 500 mg. ... (4 replies)
... Sometimes the issue is simply a deficiency in certain vitamin's &/or mineral's. If your doctor cares about you, he'll want to find the best solution for you. If he doesn't wish to prescribe the same meds as your last doctor, speak with your last doctor on finding u something else to take, to locate another doctor or have your old doctor chat with your new one. (The new guy... (1 replies)


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