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... which is supposed to make RLS much worse than it has to be. ... (2 replies)
... taking Pramipexole and Elavil to control along with no alcohol and regular exercise, good eating habits etc. ... (2 replies)
... hubby took elavil for 3 years for pain management. helped him sleep wonderfully until he acquired RLS. dr. told him long term use of elavil can be the cause of RLS. ... (7 replies)

Elavil for RLS?
Aug 26, 2005
... I was put on Elavil for migraines and it seemed to help for a while. But it did not mix well with the RLS, I was going crazy and had to get off. ... (5 replies)
Elavil for RLS?
May 19, 2001
... Hi all. My doctor recently put me on Elavil for my RLS symptoms. Has anyone else taken this med for this reason? ... (5 replies)
... Previously I was on Elavil for migranes and it kicked the RLS into over drive. I am taking Requip for the RLS now and it usually works great. I asked for Topamax and my neuro would not give it to me! ... (7 replies)
Elavil for RLS?
Aug 22, 2005
... I am pretty sure it's the Elavil that is helping the night sweats I know it helps me sleep but, I also started taking soy tablets around the same time I started the Elavil. ... (5 replies)
... Not on any other meds. Is Elavil also known as trazodone? ... (2 replies)
... Hubby experienced the same thing. Was taking elavil for sleep and pain and within a year he had RLS. Dr. took him off it and tried cymbalta. He took it for a month and couldn't stand how he felt. ... (3 replies)
Elavil for RLS?
Aug 22, 2005
... my husband takes elavil for chronic pain and to help him sleep. recently started with RSL and the only thing that seems to help is klonopin. ... (5 replies)
Elavil for RLS?
Aug 22, 2005
... I have been on Elavil for awhile it really seems to help. I also take klonopin and Tylenol Codeine in the day for my restless legs. Elavil makes me very sleepy and I don't get night sweats hardly as much. That is due to my Periomenopause symptoms. So it helps both things. ... (5 replies)
... I am not suffering now because I take requip and Elavil and klonipin. I take it at night and it konks me out. My legs don't bother me anymore. Requip is what really helped me. It takes it away completely. ... (15 replies)
... PLMD symptoms or even cause a RLS "Like" Syndrome. ... (2 replies)
Feb 10, 2008
... have been reported to aggravate RLS symptoms in some. ... (16 replies)
Aug 3, 2008
... yes it will make it worse. So do cold meds. Here are a few drugs that aggravate rls right from rls foundation. ... (16 replies)
Zoloft and RLS
Jul 29, 2003
... and my RLS definately has gotten worse since I stared taking it. I am trying to cut my dose down so I can stop taking it all together. ... (5 replies)
RLS and sugar
Jun 24, 2003
... but double works best. Ultram is given to me because of Arthritis, pain, and stiffness. I'm down to only 2 MG of mirapex at bedtime and no klonopin and the RLS is getting worse and really making my wife mad!! And we just got married. ... (15 replies)
I have the "Jerks"
Dec 29, 2004
... re 12 total. You said you don't sleep well. I don't either, without medications. My sleep difficulties come mostly from the pain. I do take Ambein, Klonopin, Elavil and Gabitril at bedtime, They prescribe mainly two meds for Restless Leg syndrome. ... (27 replies)
... My neurologist put me on Elavil for migrane headaches about a year and a half ago, that is when the RLS kicked into high gear. It took about three months for me to make the connection. I cut my dosage abd now I am on Requip. ... (1 replies)
Elavil for RLS?
May 25, 2001
... I used Elavil for a short time. It caused urinary retention and I had to stop it. I also told the doctor that it really wasn't helping my legs much. ... (5 replies)

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