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farraday
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What to do? Pain and twitching nerves have kept me up all night, despite all the sleep meds I take.

I tried: more Ultram, legs wrapped in elastic bandages (that usually works),magnesium, heating pad, back brace, Valium, acupuncture point clicker (don't know real name)

I think this is the result of two hours at my desk computer. I am writing now on my Palm Pre phone.

is Rocephan to blame? How do we get rid of peripheral neuropathy? Hubby had success with Mepron. But doc insists on daily IV Rocephan for now.

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GiGi
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You may want to consider --- see page 40 of this power point http://www.klinghardtacademy.com/images/stories/powerpoints/brain%202010.pdf

Be sure to take a close look at all the other recommendations and alerts. It is never just one thing, usually. I went through most if not all of these remedials.

Take care.

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Homeopathic Causticum 30C taken at onset of restless legs will usually relieve it for me. My DH has tried it with success, too. May need to repeat the dose in 20 minutes if the first dose doesn't work...I find it usually takes about 20 minutes to notice the improvement.

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Also, certain medications can cause it. A tricyclic is one example.

Are you taking a highly absorbable magnesium like Mg glycinate?

---and making sure candida/yeast is not an issue also helps!!!!

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