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Pramipexole Restless Leg Syndrome
Depends: Good question. It depends if you have other medical issues, which you may respond better to, ; whether you have side effects to either. For example, if someone has neuropathy in addition to restless legs syndrome, Horizant may be a better option. In the end, it may just come down to personal choice and also, what your doctor is most comfortable with. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My father has alzheimer's. He is taking mirapex (pramipexole) for restless leg syndrome before bedtime. He's also taking calcium and a multivitamin at that time?
Alzheimers med?: There are 4 drugs approved for the treatment of alzheimer's disease, Aricept and Exelon (rivastigmine) probably the most common, Exelon (rivastigmine) being my favorite. They actually do work, specially with memory. Is he on any of these? Mirapex won't treat alheimer's symptoms such as memory dysfunction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor prescribed mirapex for restless leg syndrome - is this safe to take with ambien (zolpidem)?
I have stage 3 kidney disease. Can I take Mirapex for Restless Leg Syndrome? If not what would be the best choice. Can't take Requip (ropinirole) because of nausea
Speak with doctor: Clearance of pramipexole was 75% lower in patients with severe renal impairment and about 60% lower in patients with moderate impairment compared with healthy volunteers. Other options inc rotigotine transdermal (liver metabolism), calcium, magnesium. Please speak with your physician. ...Read more
See your family: Dr. Your family doctor should be well-equipped to treat you for restless leg syndrome. Am sure that he or she knows the standard protocol for the treatment of this condition. I also know how miserable the condition is so you would want to get in as soon as possible. Certain blood tests will need to be run to rule out other physical clauses and then medication will be prescribed. Best wishes. ...Read more
RLS: If you have an urge to move your legs due to "creepy, "crawling, " uneasy discomfort, or aching feeling especially at night that gets better with movement and worse at rest then you may have restless legs syndrome (rls). Rls can be due to many secondary causes or be a syndrome on its own. It is best to seek advice of a sleep medicine specialist who can help make that diagnosis. ...Read more
Underlying Causes: Rule out underlying causes that may be able to be treated such as mineral deficiencies (iron, folate, (folic acid) magnesium), venous insufficiency, or various immune deficiencies. Start with blood work and a venous ultrasound by a vascular surgeon. Review medications for side effects . If no underlying cause is identified, get daily exercise and cut back on smoking a and or drinking, if applicable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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