Hi Everyone, In new to the forum so please be gentle.. I'd just like to ask for some advice if possible please? I've just been referred to a Neuro after months of problems resulting in a neck x ray, bloods full MRI etc, all of which were clear except the neck x ray which showed mild spondylosis. I'm 48 so the neck issue is quite common I was told. Anyway, I saw a Neuroligist lats week and he thinks its RLS but I would like to canvass your thoughts. Shame on me for questioning a professional but I worry I didn't explain my symptoms to him properly. My main symptom is tingling/burning and sometimes a crawlings sensation in my whole legs and buttocks most noticeable during the day when I'm sat working. I However when I sit in my car, it's doesnt seem as bad and seems easier on soft comfy chairs. I've also noticed that if I sit on the side of my buttock, or lean back it seems to ease. As bizarre as this sounds, the most comfortable position is sat on the toilet and this was one of the reasons I saw spine specialist first as they were concerned about problems at the base of the spine.(The MRI was all clear though) I do get some tightness and burning in my arms but the spine specialist said that could be due to the mild spondylosis and if I drop and rest my arms, it eases. I've also noticed that the symptoms start almost as soon as I get out of bed in the morning (every day for months) and are worse when I'm sat down. However if I lie on my side, they ease and I'm sleeping pretty normal aside of a bit of anxiety about it all. I do get a bizarre tingling at the base of my spine and the tops of my buttocks get a burning sensation when I lie flat on my back but side lying is a relief. I sleep this way all the time. My symptoms seem to ease when I get home from work and whilst present during sitting, are not as bad. They also seem to ease when I go to bed although they may be there initially, they ease and then I'm sleeping normally. I also don't seem to have the urge to move my legs but obvioulsy moving them or rubbing them does ease the tingling. I may well be in denial over all of this but my Neuro asked me to visit a website which i did and I only seemed to answer a couple of the diagnosing criteria positively. I've had these symptoms daily and they are always there, just worse when sitting. The ease when I move but don't go away completely. The key thing I dont think I have is the overhwelming urge to move my legs and the evenings/nights are when I seem to get respite. Could this be something other than RLS? I'd really appreicate the thoughts of those who have been there seen it and done it if that makes sense? very grateful in advacne for any time you take to repsond. Many Thanks.