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Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: Mar 17, 2020 | Replies (54)

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I see you got no replies. My RLS drives me up the wall. It statrs about the time when it’s bedtime. Sometimes it lasts alnight. Doctors? All they know to do is shove the nerve, anxiety and anti-depressants down you. Maybe we will both get some help on this site. I pray we do.

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Hi I don’t know if anyone is still contributing to this site but I take Norco that has Tylenol in it for my RLS and it is a life saver. When I was given Norco without the Tylenol it did not work as well at all. My RLS is so bad that I get it in my arms and hands as well as my legs! I get it in the middle of the night, early in the morning, or even in the middle of the day. When I got it in the daytime, I didn’t realize what it was because it felt different when I was awake and moving around. It took me forever to figure it out. I would lose my mind if I didn’t have my Norco. I have tried the meds for RLS and they all make me very sick to my stomach! I have suffered with this since I was a child.

Is this a prescription drug? I am having a very hard time with RLS and am ready to try something new. I have used Mirapex and Requip

Norco is a narcotic medication. another name for it is lortab. There is a medication called neurontin that is a prescription that can help. Thats what I take at bedtime. It helps a lot.

I have taken Neurontin for another problem and it did nothing to help with my RLS. I wouldn’t waste my time with that medication!

What works for some doesn’t always work for others. It was just a suggestion.

Very true jennybell!

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