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I see your point, and totally agree with it. But I wish they would have approved it for RLS (even though it's not yet approved for it) and unapproved (?) it for PD. Anyway, I'll find some way to get it - even if I have to fly to where it's made and take a second job to pay for it.
- Fri Jul 25, 2008 1:18 pm
- Forum: Prescription Medications
- Topic: Clonazepam withdrawal
- Replies: 80
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I'm taking Klonipin (the generic form) .5 mg. together with Neupro patch and carblevo (Synamet) 25-100mg one or twice a day to control my severe RLS. The combination works pretty well, but I hate taking drugs. I tried to cut the Klonipin to one every other day and after a week, got headaches (which ...
If I have to physically go to Canada to get my Neupro, I will. I live in New Jersey, so it's a bit closer than Mexico. I'll just hook up my trailer and take a camping trip when I need it. Lots of great campgrounds up there. My BC/BS Personal Choice program reimburses me for the Canadian Neupro (minu...
I've found the Neupro patch gives me the most relief from RLS symptoms (mine are severe). I apply it once a day and then take 1 Synamet at night. No longer any problem with long car, train or plane rides or sleeping at night. Doesn't seem to have any side effects either, except I have a slight aller...