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... Hi Viper. Some people do report developing RLS for the first time after spinal injury or surgery. Similarly, people report RLS after withdrawing from opiates. In all cases it should pass. ... (4 replies)
... Antidepressants are problematic for a lot of people prone to RLS. At present, I take 10 mg of Celexa, and at that small dose, the RLS is tolerable. But at higher doses, it gets intolerable. ... (9 replies)
... of cases. There seems to be a link between ssri's and rls. I noticed I began to get tired after being on Zoloft for a while. I had to change to Celexa, and became so tired I was dangerous on the road. I was eventually diagnosed with RLS and am being treated with Mirapex. ... (16 replies)

... Does anyone know if seizure meds can make RLS worse? ... (12 replies)
... lithium, and dopamine antagonist...." Dopamine antagonists lower dopamine. ... (2 replies)
RLS & Celexa
Dec 22, 2002
... about a year and a half ago, I started taking Celexa for depression. 60mg a day. Shortly after beginning my meds, i began to bounce my leg up and down whenever I sat still. Usually both legs at the same time, very rapidly. I never did this before I started taking the medication. ... (5 replies)
... I just read the post regarding celexa and neurontin. I am seeing my doctor today because after all this reading I have discovered that being on ADS does make my RLS worse. ... (3 replies)
... Melatonin, after a while when it reaches it's fullness in your system will give you RLS like you never wished you had. ... (6 replies)
... I was taking lexapro and started having RLS symptoms, I have switched to Celexa 20mg,and symptoms subsided. I also take Melatonin 5mg with no problem. Good Luck! ... (6 replies)
... I am on 14 medications for diseases and conditions including heart failure, RLS, IBS, ulcerative colitis, GERD, hypertension, high cholesterol, depression and I think that's about all. I am trying to consolidate some meds and I'd like to begin with RLS. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I'm Jan. I have RLS so bad it effects my whole body now with aching pain that feels horrible. ... (16 replies)
... I'm 27 yr. old female who has never experienced RLS until the last 4 days. ... (1 replies)
... I was off work for 2 months and have been working at my automobile factory for 2 months without any issues. ... (4 replies)
... Hate to tell you about the caffeine, but it takes about 3 months to get it out of your system and lose the cravings. It is a long time to put up with the increase in RLS, but better in the long run. ... (17 replies)
... I totally relate! I, too, am weaning myself from celexa. This past week I tried to split my tablets into fourths. Bad week. Thursday night was the absolute WORST! Nearly fell asleep several times driving during the day. I called my doctor for help and he forgot to call in a prescription of something -- ANYTHING that would help! Wound up calling the on-call doc around 7 when... (17 replies)
... rashing that left me soooooo exhausted I literally almost went insane from not having a restful night's sleep for several weeks. I switched right over the Prozac and it's been smooth sailing ever since. My grandmother also tried Zoloft and Celexa after a bad experience with the Paxil and she didn't like those two either. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, My name is Jan. I am wondering if anyone else is experiencing a, for no other name, "restless body syndrome". I have RLS so bad it effects my whole body now with aching pain that feels horrible. It happens during the day also. Not just at night. ... (5 replies)
... just realized i have rls. stopped coffee 2 weeks ago and ironically that's when it started. others blame caffeine. will try soap idea. ... (17 replies)
... ope someone can help me. I have been suffering with insomnia for about 5 years. I have never had a sleep study done but the doctor has tried me on different meds and the only thing that seems to consistently work every night for me to get to sleep is 1 mg of klonopin. ... (14 replies)




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