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Posted by george
on January 16, 2000 at 00:36:35:
In Reply to: Re: restless legs syndrome posted by RICK on January 11, 2000 at 12:19:50:
: : I have been taking Sinemet for almost a month now for RLS. My primary doctor did not want to prescribe anything for this condition - said it could cause more problems than help. He subsquently referred me tp a me to a neurologist for another matter and I brought it up in conversation. The neurologist did not hesitate to write me a prescription for Sinemet. My problem is that I used to have this condition off and on, now and then. Now, if I don't take the Sinemet when I go to bed, my legs start in. I'm not sure if this is all in my head or if anyone else has experienced the same problem. Other than that, I have no problem with the Sinemet.
I HAVE HAD THIS PROBLEM OFF AND ON FOR YEARS.I HAVE BEEN TESTED WITH ELECTRIC TRANSMITTERS,NOT SURE NAME OF PROCEDURE.FOUND NO PROBLEM. I GO TO A CHIROPRACTOR TWO TO THREE TIMES A MONTH. WHAT HELPS THE MOST IS HYLAND'S LEG CRAMPS. IF I WAKE UP WITH RESTLESS LEGS I PUT TWO TO THREE TABLETS UNDER MY TONQUE BEFOR I KNOW IT IT'S MORNING. HOPE THIS WILL HELP. GEORGE
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