Karen814696 hours ago
I Had RLS Most of my life. my Mother had it too. lately it has been so bad that I already have bursitis and arthritis in both my knees and i...
RLS & Coeliac/Gluten sensitivity - anyone found a connection?
Chancery8 hours ago
Hi, I've noticed recently that my RLS either comes on, or is worse, after I've eaten wheat. Unfortunately I haven't done a nice 'clean' expe...
TaraDovey11 hours ago
I started Lyrica about 3 weeks ago as I taper off of the awful Pramipexole. Anyway, I only take 120 mg at night, but during the day I have z...
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Jude66621 hours ago
I was diagnosed 4 years ago with RLS. In April I had a replacement hip and happily since then have had no symptoms and am sleeping well at ...
Opioids and Cannabis
Parmintera day ago
For those of us using opioids for any reason, this guide written by Doctor Dustin Sulak might be of help.
It is clear, concise, and well-refe...
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beady3a day ago
I am on 2mg patch and am thinking of asking doc for 3mg are there many people on 3mg thanks
LDN and Pramipexole
libraryanniea day ago
I am looking for any information. advise or any experiences with adding LDN to my day when still on a declining but substantial daily dose o...
steve_872 days ago
So I've been having symptoms of RLS like the leg twitches and tingling in my arms and feet mainly at night but also my arm alot during the d...
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Help to "open" letters
janland2 days ago
I'm trying to reply to lady who starts
"Emergency help" in her post..I can only read first few lines?
How does one reply to anyone..or read th...
your Feet can Contribute to rls
Casinogoer2 days ago
I have been doing research about RLS and what studies have been going on. After over 20 years of sufferings, I am not taking this kicking ...
RLS and Adenosine (use of dipyridamole)
involuntarydancer3 days ago
The US RLS foundation held a webinar this week with Dr. Sergi Ferre, who published a paper last year on the role of the adenosine system in ...
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What's worked for me
Syvxdhkoy3 days ago
Hi all: I've been reading your posts for the last couple of months and I've appreciated some of the good ideas for dealing with rls. So, I...
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Mirapex is evil.
RLSdaily3 days ago
So good and bad. Taking the Mirapex and waiting to see a sleep specialist. I am on a low dose 0.125 2 -3 times daily. ( I may have posted in...
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Reba13 days ago
I have weaned myself off Lexapro over the last 6 week’s. It was an effective in controlling depression but IS on the “ do not use with RLS...
sara2611503 days ago
I use Balneum cream + it works brilliantly so why not try it
RLS/Augmentation and Refractory RLS
Maggiemay93 days ago
I have been dealing with RLS for almost 40 years. It wasn’t until 1996 that I was officially diagnosed through a sleep study. I was prescr...
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Modaly4 days ago
Well it seems magnesium works hardly had any bother with rls quite relieved I read it either too much magnesium or too little so we'll see w...
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Revised version of the list of things to try.
Graham31964 days agoPOPULAR
It must be a year since I posted a draft for comment. There have been a few changes so I thought it might be a good time to post this. ...
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Grany4 days ago
Since joining this forum I have been so well educated and so well informed, but still I find myself coming up with questions. I am beginni...
Things that trigger and help my RLS
RestlessStudent4 days ago
Hi everyone. I’ve had RLS since I was a baby. Grew up being told it was all in my head.
Triggers: Bananas, antihistamines (allergy meds), ch...
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Weaning off Ropinerole
Lerb4 days ago
I will never take ropinerole again. I weaned my self from it a few years ago and it was difficult. I restarted it with recurring RLS. I was ...
GratitudeFirst4 days agoPOPULAR
Can someone please talk to me? I must be dying with right leg...I don’t know what to do with myself...
beady34 days ago
Is there anyone who gets quite a few nights sleep ,how many nights is the most anyone has had , then rls sets in I often get a lot of good...
Ikeeptrying4 days agoPOPULAR
I really messed up, maybe this will help someone else. Had legs mainly under control with clonapin, lyrica & trazadone. I felt like I was ...
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What doctor to go to for RLS?
kel123455 days ago
I have RLS. Constant shaking in my legs, both while sitting down or laying down. My question is should I go to my GP or my neurologist? Or f...
Megamania5 days ago
Hi, I've battled PLMS, legs only, for 20 years with some success and some rough periods. Its been hard at times, but generally manageable.
Tramadol - All in the Mind!!
MumofSam5 days ago
Thought you guys might appreciate this(!)
Just got back from seeing one of my GPs to discuss my medication. I said I was principally takin...
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Grany5 days ago
The common thread for dealing with augmentation (on the forum) seems to be the use of Tramadol. One question .... what happens when we augm...
Low iron factor in my RLS
Nonsleeper5 days ago
65-year-old RLS sufferer. Horrible symptoms last few years due to augmentation from Pramipexole. Chronic severe sleep deprivation. Sought h...
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Iron (not ferritin) test
Pam346 days ago
Hello, I'm a little confused and hopefully someone can set me right. I saw the neurologist again yesterday and he was pleased with my ferrit...
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