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Rls doctors
Feb 16, 2008
... does any one know of a good rls doctor in bergen county, nj. my mom has been suffering from rls for more than 20 years..and nothing seems to be working. ... (1 replies)
Rls doctors
Jul 5, 2001
... Could someone please tell me of a good rls doctor in the Memphis TN/West Memphis AR area or tell where I could obtain this infomation? Thanks ------------------ (0 replies)
Rls doctors
Mar 6, 2008
... Most doctors should be able to help. A variety of medications are available for treatment. I was taking Requip and before that Mirapex with good effect. ... (1 replies)

... I joined these forums in my quest to seek relief from RLS and some other issues as I get older. ... (19 replies)
RLS and PAIN
Oct 22, 2009
... crawly feeling without pain. I suffer with RLS and would rather have pain than to deal with the uneasiness that I suffer with. As a matter of fact... ... (9 replies)
Worse case of RLS
May 23, 2009
... My understanding is that Requip and Mirapax help the body use its own dopamine more efficiently whereas Carbidopa/Levodopa is artificial dopamine. I thought, but may be wrong, that Carbidopa/Levodopa has a very short "half-life" - this seems true for me, I just switched to it from Requip and where the Requip never really seemed to wear off, the Carbidopa/Levodopa only lasts... (3 replies)
... I am suppose to take once daily, on an empty stomach, or an hour before eating. The doctors have also told me that the drug kicks in within a week and that it's time released. ... (3 replies)
... It would seem to me (based on my own personal experience) that if you had RLS, you would know it immediately. It doesn't seem to be the type of thing you would have to second-guess or to be like "hmm...now that you mention it...". It's a very prominent symptom. The sufferer may not know the name of it immediately, but once it is mentioned, he knows he has it. But, I'm... (4 replies)
Is this RLS?
Jun 2, 2010
... The need to move definately sounds like RLS. The best doctor to see for that is a neurologist because it is a neurological disorder. RLS can have triggers for some people. It is a side effect of some medicines, for example, antihistamines often trigger RLS in people prone to having RLS. ... (2 replies)
Rls help please
May 6, 2010
... I didn't know RLS could cause pain. Mine are torture, but it's from the unrelenting need to move them hour after hour after hour. ... (8 replies)
RLS Sufferers
Sep 21, 2013
... I am a 3rd generation sufferer of RLS and I bring you hope. I wont make you wait till the end so here it is... ... (0 replies)
... vitamin changes and have seen dramatic improvement. I wasn't going to write about it yet because I don't know if it will continue to help my RLS or if it's just a fluke. But here goes....I decided to start with what I knew to be true for me. ... (4 replies)
... just not for RLS. Wellbutrin is supposed to be the RLS friendly one. Trazodone too is supposed to be RLS but doctors won't prescribe therapeutic doses for depression. Tylenol I have never heard about in terms of RLS and if you need pain relief then what are you going to do? ... (30 replies)
... I am a 46 year old female.I was in my early 20's when RLS symptoms started,back then no one knew what it was. ... (19 replies)
Soap trick
May 20, 2009
... ain" might not have the same syndrome. Just because someone has a medical degree or calls themself "doctor" doesn't mean that those who experience pain have RLS. Doctors have long misdiagnosed other syndromes as RLS until they've realized that they're not the same. ... (28 replies)
... My 63 year old wife has RLS and she eventually went to a neurologist in Perth Western Australia. He prescribed Sifrol on an increasing dose. ... (9 replies)
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... Although I just registered, I have been following this board for quite a while now. My husband suffers from RLS and it was quite bad for many years. ... (1 replies)
... it could be RLS. There are some medications for it but you might want to try some other things first. Caffeine, even if you have it early in the day, can cause RLS at night for some people. I don't know if you are on any medications but several kinds have RLS as side effects. ... (1 replies)
... condense a long year worth of problems very short and if you have questions I'll be more then willing to provide details. About this time last year I was having RLS symptoms. Started off mildly and then continuely have gotten worse. Primary doc put me on requip. RLS persisted. ... (2 replies)


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