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Re: RLS due to Migraine medication
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Posted by vicki
on January 23, 2000 at 23:37:00:
In Reply to: RLS due to Migraine medication posted by Carole on August 25, 1999 at 02:02:45:
: I have been put on a variety of seretonin reuptake inhibitors for my migraines.
: Recently I have been taking Celexa which isn't suppose to have hardly any
: side effects. But it seems to have cause RLS, and I stopped taking it myself,
: because the doctor said that the Celexa just couldn't be causing the RLS.
: As soon as I cut my doses down and then got quit taking it, the RLS went away.
: I just know it was causing it. It started exactly when I started taking it in April '99,
: and lasted until I just quit taking it Aug. "99. And boy, I sure feel for you people
: who have it all the time. RLS is indeed AWFUL.
Relpy: vicki Try DHE-45 for migraines. It works in 1/2 hours. You have to get it from your dr. I suffered for years with migraines.
I also have RLS and take Requip.
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