Getting nearly impossible to get meth in Wa. St. By Rx but heroin given out like candy. Will heroin work? Desperate
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@judithjoy, a grandmother is a mother as well and with much more experience. Sad that your daughter seems to resent that your grandchildren want to spend time with you. How old are they now?
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Greetings. I live about 2000 miles from my grandchildren. It is my daughter-in-law that is jealous of my relationship with my grandchildren. She i controlling personality in general about everything. My only consolation is when I am with them (their other grandmother lives 5 minutes from them, lucky woman) they tell me I am their favorite. I know I am and when they are older some day I will be there physically as well as always there for all their needs because they will have a choice. Enjoy ur facetime with them. My son and his wife don't have time to set us up so I send letters.
I have taken Pramipexole for over 30 years for RLS with very good results. I was diagnosed with RLS in my early 30’s. I started with one 0.5 mg tab @ bedtime and eventually added 0.5mg. I am now 93 and taking 1.5mg @ bedtime.
Hi everyone.. I have had RLS for years. I’ve taken iron supplements / didn’t work. I’ve taken over counter meds / no luck. I’ve done tons of research like I’m sure everyone has. I bought a weighted blanket 50 lbs and I use A535 lotion and a heating pad and I found this product called Calm. It’s a magnesium powder and I get some sleep after I’ve done all this. Hope maybe this might help others. It’s a horrible disease. People don’t understand unless they have it.
I’ve has RLS for over 50 years. I’ve taken a mild antidepressant, Trazadone, since 1995. I’d say the only thing it does for me is make me sleepy. It’s helped me
Sleep would be so nice.. especially all at once Can’t remember when the last time I had a good sleep and woke up happy
I agree, only people with RLS really understand the torture we go through.
I've had RLS for about 40 years. I recently started taking pramipexole and
it does let me get some sleep. However, it requires a prescription. It's nice
to correspond with someone who understands.
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