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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)
... your story is very similar to mine. I've had rls for 15 yrs. i'm only 27 years old and I've had this since I was 12! my rls is very severe. I have it in both knees and elbows, if I go one night without my medicine I do not sleep at all. ... (19 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 and anxiety
Feb 1, 2009
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... The DAs are notorious for making nighttime RLS continue on into the day. The DAs squeeze more dopamine out of RLSers pathetic dopamine receptors and make them even more pathetic in the process. ... (30 replies)
Losing it from RLS
Dec 11, 2014
... You probably need to post this information separately. It deserves it's own post. You have probably noticed that a lot of people on here have had their RLS triggered with neck or back injury or surgery. There's a reason for that and a reason an adjustment helps you. ... (27 replies)
... I joined these forums in my quest to seek relief from RLS and some other issues as I get older. ... (19 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)
Post-Surgery RLS
Nov 26, 2003
... I am new to this board and I am wondering if anyone has a similar RLS experience. ... (4 replies)
... which is supposed to make RLS much worse than it has to be. ... (2 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)
RLS when tired?
Jul 25, 2010
... Your description of RLS has never been more accurate than any I have ever read. I have been miserable, periodically, with RLS for several years. It doesn't happen every night but when it does, I am awake all night and get absolutely NO sleep or rest. Like you say......... ... (4 replies)
... I weaned myself off of Paxil CR this fall and I too developed RLS and also wondered if it was from the withdrawl. I am now back on the Paxil Cr and the RLS has went away. Mine actually was going all the way up to my arms at time. It is now totally gone since i've started back on the ssri. ... (9 replies)
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)
... And am I the only one who suffers EXTREME RLS to the point that I might literally go insane if I don't move my body to alleviate the uneasiness of the RLS? ... (3 replies)
... ls. Then after several nites without sleep, you're hysterical. Its bad enough to lose sleep, just because for whatever reason, you cant sleep. But, to go thru rls on top of it...has got to be the worst expeirence on earth. But, now, when it comes on...after i go to bed..i get up and take one or two of my pain pills... ... (18 replies)
... d everything you are going through. you might think that you do not have actual RLS, but more than likely you do. here's the thing, people that do not have the RLS gene, yes it is genetic, will 99. ... (3 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)
... Every now and then, it feels like someone would remove the shoe string and I experience a "warmth" down my leg and the RLS symptoms seem to almost disappear. ... (2 replies)

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