Restless leg syndrome? Wife hates me.

Try treating it. There are some medications or supplements you can try to treat the problem. Separate beds is always an option.

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What to do if I have restless leg syndrome?

Restless leg syndrom. 1. Make sure you are not iron deficient. 2 Check your kidney function. 3. It may be helped by dompaminergic agents, benzodiazepines and even opioids. Read more...

How to tell if I have restless leg syndrome?

Restless leg. Several remedies are available. Best to see a neurologist for evaluation & treatment. Read more...
Some symptoms. Immobilization results in irritability of the legs, and you can't stay still, you need to move and walk about to relieve the sensation. You are fatigued or tired and go to bed but feel restless and cannot stay still, and again get up and about. You are seated in a movie theatre, but can't get comfortable, and make excuse to get popcorn so you can move. Does any of this fit, and if so maybe rls. Read more...

How to know if I have restless leg syndrome?

See below. If you have an urge to move your legs due to "creepy, "crawling, " discomfort, or aching feeling especially at night that gets better with movement and worse at rest than 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 fellowship trained sleep medicine specialist who can help make that diagnosis. Read more...

What help is there for restless leg syndrome?

Look online. There is the RLS network online that has good resources. Also one of my favorite sites regaring RLS is www.Rlshelp.Org. Hope this helps. Read more...
Multiple. Dopamine agonists work best and include ropinorole, pramipexole, the new Neupro (rotigotine) patch. More traditional meds have included l-dopa, and clonazepam. If you have anemia or kidney disease, better treatment of these conditions may work. Check serum ferritin as some folks may have issues with iron metabolism. Rls is occasionally associated with ms>. Read more...

What are the tests for restless leg syndrome?

Clinical diagnosis. If these are all true for you, you have rls: 1. A desire to move the limbs usually associated with discomfort or disagreeable sensations in the limbs; 2. You move to relieve the discomfort or to provide a counter-stimulus to relieve the discomfort; 3. Your symptoms are worse at rest with at least temporary relief by activity; 4. Your symptoms are worse later in the day or at night. No tests needed. Read more...