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Welcome to rvjimzhr1
Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 7:50 pm
Thursday, March 16
rvjimzhr1, who has RLS and lots of information and advice to share.
Please take a look around to get an idea of what is being discussed and then feel free to jump in or to start a new discussion topic.
Welcome to: suttmes66xx
Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:50 pm
Thursday 15 March
suttmes66xx who is woken every night by RLS. It disrupts sleep. settmes55xx is desperate to find some treaetment, hopefully homeopathic or over the counter.
You might have already had a look at the Just Joined Forum, it's a good place to start. Please tell us how you are coping at present,
Welcome to BazB44
Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 7:11 pm
Friday, March 17
BazB44, whose RLS so far does not affect life too much. But it could get worse.
Sounds like you are fortunate not to have a severe case, so far. Hope it stays that way. Take a look around and please feel free to post a note with any questions that you have.
Welcome to EDI
Posted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:21 am
Welcome today to EDI, who has had RLS/WED for years and has suffered greatly from it.
EDI, we're glad to have you with us, and hope you will start a Topic and tell us a bit about your experiences.
Welcome to cervelo01
Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:56 pm
Monday, March 20
cervelo01, whose RLS has caused a lack of sleep and decreased daily joy of life.
Take a look around and then please post a note telling us a bit about yourself and what you to do manage your RLS
Welcome to Jimena
Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:00 pm
Monday, March 20
Jimena, who is hoping to find cure for her husband. When she sees him suffering with RLS, she prays to God to have mercy and help her to find something to make him happy again.
Take a look around to get an idea of what others do to manage their RLS. And then please post a note telling us what your husband is currently doing to manage his RLS so that we can offer some specific suggestions.
Welcome to timetraveler900
Posted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:05 am
Monday, March 20
timetraveler900, who has had RLS for almost 20 years, is now 61 and nearly going crazy with it. traveler is taking more and more medication (carbidopa-levidopa). traveler doesn't know anyone else with RLS and would love to hear what others do.
Please take a look around, especially the section on Augmentation. Carbidopa-Levidopa is almost guaranteed to cause problems, especially if you have been taking it regularly for an extended period of time. And please post a note telling us a bit about yourself and giving us a few more specifics about your RLS treatment so that we can offer some specific suggestions for you.
Welcome to TomNOVA
Posted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:07 pm
Tuesday, March 21
TomNOVA, has been dealing with RLS for about 11 years and it's beginning to impact much of his life. RLS impacts his sleep, relationships, work, and overall enjoyment of life. Nothing really works 100% and each treatment seems to bring about new challenges.
Please take a look around and post a note telling us about your current RLS treatment and asking any questions that you have.
Welcome to aebarth
Posted: Thu Mar 23, 2017 9:55 am
Thursday 23rd March 2017
Welcome today to:
aebarth - whose mother has RLS. aebarth would like to learn more about the disease.
The Just Joined Forum is probably the best place for you to start. You may already have done a lot of reading on it. When ready please tell us a little of your mother's difficulties and how she has been coping with her symptoms.
Welcome to Grammie12
Posted: Sat Mar 25, 2017 3:58 pm
Saturday, March 25
Grammie12, who awakens pacing the floors til the wee hours of the morning then has to sleep til mid day.
This is a common complaint. Take a look around to get an idea of what others do to counter this problem. And then please post a note telling us about what you do to cope with your RLS so that we can offer some specific suggestions.
Welcome to Jono
Posted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 9:52 pm
Sunday, March 26
Jono, who has joined looking for help and support.
Take a look around to what you can find that might help. And please create a new post asking any questions you have so that we can provide you with some specific suggestions.
Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 11:32 am
29th March 2017
Today we welcome:
dulvelvspablo - who recently started suffering about 18 months ago from diagnosed RLS and is grateful it isn't every single night, .... in fact would rather not sleep at all that night or even have a migraine flare accompanied with vomiting than the experience of RLS.
I'm glad you found us and hope that we can help you. Just Joined has a great deal of useful information, please feel free to tell us how you have coped and what has and has not worked.
Welcome to tabmab
Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 9:33 pm
Wednesday, March 29
tabmab, who has had RLS for several years and finds it helpful to read other people's stories and get insights on treatments etc.
A great deal of our role is sharing. Hope you find some useful information and will be willing to share your story.
Welcome to KYO
Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 6:03 pm
Thursday, March 30
KYO, who has suffered with RLS for about 20 years. He is currently take Ropinirol, and has undergone several series of iron infusions. The RLS is getting worse, and he wants to see what other RLS sufferers are doing.
Please take a look around and then post a note asking any questions that you have.
Welcome to tiredofit
Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:30 pm
Thursday, March 30
tiredofit, who can't relax at night and enjoy time with family, can't take long car rides, and can't go to the movies.
We all understand. Look around and then please post a note telling us about what you do to manage your RLS and asking any questions that you have.