Fighting opioid tolerance

Use this section to discuss your experiences with prescription drugs, iron injections, and other medical interventions that involve the introduction of a drug or medicine into the body. Discuss side effects, successes, failures, published research, information about drug trials, and information about new medications being developed.

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Noreserve
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Re: Fighting opioid tolerance

Postby Noreserve » Wed Feb 22, 2017 8:16 pm

Qyx, here is a post just today from another RLS forum. One of about a dozen over the course of the past few months:


"Yes, Ferrous Bisglycinate has been my savior. It has stopped my RLS cold and has allowed me to titrate off my Ropinerole slowly without any flare ups. It is like a magic bullet."

Oy, now I have to tell these people to try to "titrate" off the iron. There's gotta be a better way. I don't think of iron as particularly healthy, just necessary, like air and water. Supplementing with a good form of magnesium I believe is a worthwhile supplement. Iron, especially when you have healthy stores, is just kind of meh. Wish there was some supplement someone could find that would allow our brains to store some of that iron we ingest from food. I can dream can't I?


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