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Unread 12-10-2012, 07:18 AM   #1
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legs at night? My legs drive me crazy bc they have to move and ache constantly. I only find relief by soaking in a tub full of very warm water.
What has worked for you?
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Try asking your doctor about requip. It's a good restless leg med as far as I know. If you are not looking for medication, try getting excersise during the day as much as you can. That way your body is tired at night.
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