How much requip (ropinirole) and neuronton can I take for restless leg syndrome?

Ask your doctor. The question needs to be addressed to the doctor who prescribed them. He/she knows your medical history and no one on this forum does. Neurontin (gabapentin) generally does not help restless legs.
RLS. Best drug for RLS in your age group, would be one that has no high potential for drug-drug interaction, and as mentioned, Neurontin is unlikely to work, and Requip has liver metabolism, so i would prefer Mirapex or even a Neupro (rotigotine) patch. But your doctor knows you best, and you should consult with him/her.
Rls. There are several other options. It is best to discuss those with your prescribing physician.
Medications. You should take the exact dose prescribed by your physician. If these are not helping then the physician should be made aware of this.

Related Questions

How can I get sleep. I have restless leg syndrome and take requip (ropinirole)?

Restless leg. Several remedies are available. Best to see a neurologist for evaluation & treatment. Read more...
See below. If you have restless legs syndrome, are on requip, (ropinirole) and still have issues with sleep initiation, it is recommended you consult with your sleep medicine specialist to better manage your RLS and secondary sleep issues. Try to avoid caffeine prior to bedtime, and regularize your sleep time as well. Hope this helps! Read more...

I have a constricting pain in my right foot. It feels as though it's in a vice and being squeezed. I take requip (ropinirole) for restless leg, could this pain be caused by the restless leg syndrome? It's hurts.

See below. I doubt it is restless leg since it is only involving one foot. It could be arthritis, injury, or gout. You may want to see a doctor for further evaluation. Read more...
Foot pain. It could be related to rls, but if its constant and not associated with an agitated leg, it's more likely a soft tissue problem such as plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, stress fracture, or nerve irritation/injury. I would recommend seeing a physician for further evaluation. Read more...

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...

Does requip (ropinirole) work for restless leg syndrome?

Yes. That's what it is for. But it doesn't work for everybody, nor does it always control it completely. Pramipexole (mirapex) is another similar Dopamine active drug which can help. Make sure your doctor has excluded iron deficiency, and that you are not on a medication (including otc antihistamines) which can cause it or make it worse. Read more...

I have RLS restless leg syndrome and I'm on. 5 mg of requip, (ropinirole) why am I still having many sleepness nights?

Restless legs. Discuss with your doctor possibility of supplementing with klonopin, Neurontin (gabapentin) or sinemet, to help with sleep. Read more...
TOO LOW. Dose is too low at this time. Good beginning but there is a lot of room to increase up to a max of 4 mg a day. Read more...
Ferritin levels. See your doctor and ask him do a ferritin level on you. Sometime iron deficiency anemia may be the cause of your restless legs in which case you may need to be treated for your anemia. Read more...

Is restless leg syndrome common during the day (whole day, very bothersome) and night? Is Requip (ropinirole) addicting?

RLS can occur in day. Yes, restless leg syndrome can occur in the day and the night. It is more common at night, but people with restless leg syndrome will often feel it in the day if they are resting or sitting such as in a car or in an airplane. Requip (ropinirole) is not addicting, and can be taken in the daytime if needed. I suggest having your iron checked to make sure low iron is not causing your symptoms. Read more...

I have suffered with restless leg syndrome for almost forty years. I participated in a research study to approve requip (ropinirole) (wrong spelling) for use in RL?

Your question ? Starting point for RLS (need to get up and walk around) is to check serum Iron and Ferritin. If normal and problem is not due to neuropathy, Requip (ropinirole) trial is reasonable. Allow at least 20 minutes with your neurologist to review ALL OF THE POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS OF THIS MEDICATION FIRST. Read more...
Comment. You have interesting background, but not clear to me as to what question you need answered, and based on information provided, not clear what medication you are currently using. Suggest Concierge appt to be more comprehensive and direct. Read more...

Could a lumbar sympathetic block or nerve block help with restless leg syndrome or should I just use Requip (ropinirole) and lidoderm 5% patches?

RLS Rx. Do you have PRIMARY RLS (just RLS and nothing else) or secondary (due to neuropathy, sleep apnea, etc)? RLS happens in the BRAIN. I know of no evidence that blocks are effective for RLS. Whose notion was that? For same reason Lidocaine patches shouldn't help. Stick with ropinirole, pramipexole, gabapentin, pregabalin, levodopa. If secondary, try to treat underlying cause as well. Read more...