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Re: Wiggling toes

Re: Wiggling toes

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Posted by Jennifer on August 02, 2000 at 10:12:20:

In Reply to: Re: Wiggling toes posted by Lynn on July 28, 2000 at 13:46:59:

I do this, too. My toes are wiggling and flexing all day long. Maybe that it's something genetic, because my father's and my daughter's toes are wiggling the same way like mine do ;-) It's a funny thing, but doesn't bother me.

: : I have a strange habit since I was a little child: I have an urge to move my toes all day long. I only can stop this movement if I am really concentrated on my feet. But a moment later when I have other things in mind, my toes start moving again. In the evening I have bad muscle cramps in my feet and legs. Is this RLS or only a nervous habit? Is anybody there who also has this strange habit?

: Wiggling toes? My kids call it "dancing toes". I've had these dancing toes as long as I can remember - but it doesn,t bother me - only others who have to watch them. However I also have RLS -the symptoms started well over 3 years ago and I was diagnosed about a year ago. I wholeheartedly agree with A.W.-- Sinemet is the WORST. But you are the first one I've heard who has made a correlation between the wiggling - "dancing" toes and RLS. Maybe----??? Lynn




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