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... I am 20 years old, and I have RLS all over my body. ... (0 replies)
... I have had RLS since I was 16 or younger and am now 59. I just dealt with it until I was 39 when 1st Dr. ... (0 replies)
Liquid magnesium
Apr 17, 2015
... Nothing much is going to help you if you are taking RLS unfriendly drugs. ... (1 replies)

Help!!!!!!
Apr 8, 2015
... Hi Brylee. Did you notice any worsening of your RLS symptoms when you started the Lipitor? ... (11 replies)
... I was recently told by a sleep Mgmnt. doc that magnesium supplements may not help RLS, it's best for Neuropathy. Check yr iron levels though. ... (2 replies)
... I actually read an article, unrelated to RLS, that indicated that magnesium actually interferes with the transport of dopamine. If you have RLS you don't want that happening at night so I would take magnesium in morning. ... (2 replies)
... t help you, you might need magnesium or iron or whatever. ... (0 replies)
... I got no relief from magnesium. Chocolate is good for everything. Having tried the home remedies and the AMA remedies, I'm am down to hydrocondone and codeine. (10 replies)
... I got no relief from magnesium. Chocolate is good for everything. Having tried the home remedies and the AMA remedies, I'm am down to hydro condone and codeine. (10 replies)
... Hi slim and sleepless, I have severe RLS and have tried all of the prescription meds. Nothing has ever stopped them completely. Magnesium did not work for me slim. If you haven't given it a try though, I would suggest that you do. I have seen so many things that work for some, and not for others. ... (10 replies)
... I have found that alcohol and candy increase the symptoms so I cut back. Lately, chocolate seems to help sometimes. I take iron supplements for it once a day. It helps some. I have read many newsletters over the years and am familiar with the theories. What about magnesium? Any info appreciated. Thanks, Jim (10 replies)
... based jogging session. It hit me some hour after the training, and as with RLS it's hard to describe the sensation. I wouldnt, however, categorize it as most people do when they try to explain their RLS, i.e. ... (0 replies)
... I feel your pain. My personal experience with RLS is similar. I dont recommend medication because the side effects can be worse then the aliment. ... (12 replies)
... I would ask for a copy of the actual lab results. An important test is ferritin, the stored iron in your body. It can cause RLS if low, and above 100 is ideal. ... (12 replies)
... Anyways, I have 3 short questions regarding RLS which I would like to ask you. The first one isn't short, but I would be delighted if you could find the time to answer all of them. ... (0 replies)
Is this RLS?
Apr 2, 2013
... but sometimes the nerves are involved down by my ankle and that is when it is SUPER painful. Since I have been drinking Tonic water and taking Xanax and magnesium and hylands leg cramps they haven't been as bad at night... some nights I don't even wake up with them. But it's always in the evening. ... (5 replies)
Is this RLS?
Mar 24, 2013
... the only reason why i don't think i have RLS is the leg cramps. they do cramp up and i have to get out of bed and move and try to get the cramping to stop and i read that RLS does not cause pain. ... (5 replies)
RLS and diet
Feb 24, 2013
... a day. Some people take even more. It helps a lot. I would make sure it doesn't react with any meds your taking. It worked within 15 minutes for me. I also take magnesium but I started that after the E. ... (3 replies)
RLS and diet
Feb 10, 2013
... ue, and sugar as well. I've tried Sinemet in the past and it was short lived because of the augmentation it caused. I've had ferritin levels checked. I have used Magnesium in the past but not in conjunction with Calcium, I'll try it. ... (3 replies)
RLS and diet
Feb 10, 2013
... I have found that alcohol makes it much worse. I take calcium and magnesium before bed along with Sinemet. Current theory is that RLS is caused by dopamine deficiency, and there are some good antidepressant meds that enhance dopamine. ... (3 replies)


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