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Magnesium Oil Spray 🌷

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Good morning! I used my new Mag Oil spray on my legs last night and slept all the way until my alarm went off at 4:00!! So impressed! I am aware, though that my RLS is sneaky and cruel! The spray may only be a brief reprieve, but I’ll take what I can get! One night does not equal a miracle, but I feel rested and sharp on this beautiful Carolina day!! 🌞🌷🌞

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I don't know GF - One night of full sleep sounds like a miracle to me - albeit a small one =). Congrats..

Like RSL I don't know because we're all unique, but I'd say make a note of the date and what you took and how many more good nights you had.

Also, congratulations from me,

Lindy

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Yipee!! Congratulations 🎉🍾🎈!

I’d give anything to sleep like dogs do! What kind of dog is she (I’m assuming she’s yours)?

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He’s a mutt!! Love him to pieces...such a good boy!

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I bet! What’s his name?

I love dogs as well! Unfortunately, it’s too expensive to have one over here. My fur-baby (a Schipperke mix) is staying with my parents back in the States; I miss him dearly!

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His name is Wilson...he’s so smart and loyal! We also have a Siberian Husky named Koda. We live them so much! 🐕

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Cool!

My dog's name is Sailor. Here's a link to a previous post about him:

healthunlocked.com/rlsuk/po...

He's a cutie, is so much fun to be around, and has a lot of personality! Schipperkes are very independent, which can make them hard to train. When my parents took him in 2-3 years after we adopted him, his "sit" still meant either one of two things: "lie down" or "I'd rather stand, but thanks for the invitation to sit".

My parents just got a Roomba (a vacuum cleaner that goes by itself). I can see Sailor's shout-out to me now: "come get me mom! Grandma and grandpa have this demon thing and it's trying to kill me!"

Both Sailor and I have one of those now (me two)!

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I couldn’t see a post from you there, but thanks for sharing! He sounds like a precious dog! They’re all precious to me! I would have more if I could. You seem like a delightful person! I appreciate your support! 🌷🙂🌷

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Thank you! You as well!

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My pet adoption story is up if interested.

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Jess and others too

I'm gonna jump in here as i can't pass this talk by I'm a massive animal lover have been all my life have always had dogs. At present we have an American bull dog called Brian he's a rescued dog we have him nearly 6yrs he was 2half when we took him he's a big gentle giant so quiet never barks never growls he'd invite the burglers in but he's a big dote. Then we have the guard dog barks doesn't bite right enough she's Nina and is a Chihuahua she's 6months so just a puppy still. I lost my Bella this year in March in a terrible accident she was 10years old she was half Chihuahua and Pomeranian she was my wee darling. I won't go into how she died as it still hurts me very much and i still cry about her my husband got me Nina a week after Bella was gone because i was truly brokenhearted and it was to help my grieving she did and does help but still the pain was always with me. I can't understand how anyone can be cruel to animals its so evil they are helpless and depend on us humans to care for them.

I also have a black and white tom cat he's Minstral a Cockiteil called Moses who whistles Jingle Bells all year round and lastly a ferret an albino called Rene shes 10 years old and will be a wonder if she sees the year out shes got Adrenal disease a form of cancer shes not in pain but it will get to a stage when she can't physically get about then its time to part i did have 10 but quite a few took cancer they were all pets and had a big 14ft x 8ft shed bought for them all kitted out like a playground. Now its renovated into my cabin were i sew on my machine and Rene's in a big cage she also has another cage she goes in to go with us when we go away in our caravan the dogs go to.

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Sounds wonderful and I bet it’s very interesting! So much joy!! 🙂

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Welcome to the pet-lover’s corner!

Wow!! You have your hands full of love!❤️

Can you share what brand or a pic of the oil spray? I use magnesium lotion and have no luck with it. Thanks

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Of course, but I’m not home right now. When I get there, I will share a pic. I also wear support stockings to bed! Or, compression stockings!

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I have posted the pic Pipsee22!!

I bought a Magnesium oil spray but it didn't help my RLS at all. Your very blessed to get relief though i too have found relief with 50mg Ampitripyline twice weekly. I know most say that med makes it worse but it honestly has put a stop to mine thanks be to God because i was at my witts end with it. It is a real blessing to get relief long may it last.

Just a little update i do now have to take 50mg every night just before bed but its still keeping that dreaded torture RLS away.

Hi There,

I tried to find you but think you may have left the site. My friend in the USA has said she's asking around for a good doctor in SC but has suggested you may consider travelling to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland. I realise it's 500 miles away ( here in the UK no one would travel that distance) but it is a Centre of Excellence for RLS in the USA & the world and you would certainly be prescribed opioids to help you.

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