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Thank you so much for your reply. I have been tested, I think for every thing and the neurologist just doesn’t know what is causing this. I’ve never heard of ReQuip. Is it prescription? I do take magnesium at night. As far as the Valium, haven’t tried that either. I actually didn’t have any spasms last night. I’m praising the Lord today. I put that bar of soap under the sheet last night, my husband and I both thought why not?☺️ At this point I’m willing to try most anything. What does the ReQuip do? Thank you so very much again. Jody
Wow, I’ve been having spasms in my legs and feet for almost 4 years now. I’ve gone to many different Drs. No one knows what my problem is. They tried be on different medicines but nothing helped and the side effects were terrible. Finally I asked the neurologists if he knew what was wrong with me and he said no. So I’ve been living with this pain all this time. It only comes at night after I fall asleep,, sometimes I will have them from 2-6 times a night. I have to immediately get on my feet before I get any relief. These are not charley horses, it’s something else, the only way I can sleep is get up and get into my recliner. Then when it hits I can get on my feet faster so the spasm doesn’t last as long. I’m going to try your soap. Praying it works. Thank you for the suggestion. Jody
I can’t tell you what my injury is because the Drs. Have not been able to diagnose me. I used to walk 5 to 6 miles a day, slowly the front of my legs would start to have pain and by the time I got home my legs were extremely painful. So I started teaching senior aerobics ,was able to continue that for 4 years until the pain returned only a lot worse. I did and still have spasms at night where the front of my leg or legs with next to my shine bone would tighten up from just below my knew all the way to my big toe. I have to get out of bed immediately and stand for a few minutes for the pain to start to fade. It can happen on the front or from my ankle up the side of my leg. The pain is really bad. It went away for about 6 months but is back again. It hits me from one up to six times in a night. I’ve not been able to walk for over 4 years. I sent this in the hopes that you might be able to help me. Thank you, Jody Mills