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Are There Any Medications That Can Make Rls Worse
NOT UNUSUAL: Associated co-morbidities can include peripheral neuropathy, but does not necessarily make the RLS exacerbate. However, important that the underlying etiology be discovered by appropriate testing so that treatment can be initiated. Diligent searching can almost invariably these days, uncover causation, and it is worthwhile, as some conditions can be reversed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have RLS and have tried all the medications on the market nothing works. Any suggestions. Also if I take phenergan r Benadryl it makes it a lot wors?
There are a number: Requip (ropinarole) and pramipexol (mirapex) are the main two medications prescribed for rls. Firstly, the diagnosis should ideally be made by a formal sleep study, and a number of conditions, including iron deficiency, should be ruled out, since treating underlying conditions may reduce or eliminate the symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Autosomal dominant: About 60% of RLS is familial, meaning it runs in families, and the inheritance is believed to be autosomal dominant with variable penetrance, so the inheritance part is unpredictable. I think you should see a neurologist, get a diagnosis, and let the doctor decide what medication is best for you. You shouldn't use someone else's medication if you don't exactly know what you are treating. ...Read more
My RLS is getting worse in my left leg. Even with meds it feels really heavy a lot of the time. Should I be concerned?
"Heavy"?: "Heaviness" is not commonly reported by RLS patients. You will have to repost and give more detail. ...Read more
My sister and i inherited our late mother's rls, showing up around age 55-60 for both of us; sister's severe, mine (male) moderate. Is medication trial and error, or is there a general first try?
Typically...: If you truly have rls, the first line agents are the dopaminergic agonists. There are two primarily used: ropinirole (requip) and Pramipexole (mirapex). Dosing and timing of administration is more of an art, and you definitely want to see a physician that knows how to do this correctly, or you can have problems with rebound and augmentation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Weened off morphine after switch back to percocet, withdrawals increased rls. 2wks later waking up at 3am by RLS everyday, why worse? Cure?
What's the best RLS medication? The parkinson medications don't work, neither does horizont. Have apnea, so the opiods are ruled out (cause central
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