How long does it take requip to work

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Hi Everyone, Do any of you know how long it takes for requip to work? It it the kind of thing that works a half hour later, or does it take days or weeks to work? Been off painkillers since December, but still having major rls problems at night...doc just prescribed Requip, but I forgot to ask him how long till it works!
i couldn't sleep at all. the next night was ok, but the pain is still in my legs. how long does it take for the pain to subside?
The leg cramps can be helped with tonic water. Yes, tonic water. Try it, it couldn't hurt. How long did it take for the meds to start working.
It's worst at night, after husband and son go to bed, and it drives me so crazy that I feel like Im literally going to go crazy!!! How long is the WORST of the RLS? I know it's different for everyone, but in general, how many nights are the worst??
If the symptoms are from opiate withdrawal they should subside as the withdrawal symptoms do (see how long it took me to get to the original question!) Anyhow, during withdrawal muscle relaxants, NSAID's (motrin, naproxen) and/or over the counter meds like highlands can be very effective.
Part of getting clean is going through the hard parts, getting it all out of our bodies and MINDS. It takes alit time to run its course. But, after it does, IT WILL ALL BE WORTH IT.... While your body is going through this awful change your mind also goes through changes. WHAT IF WHAT IF WHAT IF........ Mind over matter. Think positive no matter how hard it may seem. You just have to in order to be yourself again.
It does matter much how long how much what and how but I can speak just for me and I seem to be getting good at this timeline for me here. LOL Laugh a ton it really helps and the immodium bottles and bottles.
Keep telling yourself thyroid ,thyroid, thyroid. It has to be. How long have you had these symptoms and what are your levels now ? were you hypo or hyper when this all started?
I'm in no way excusing their behaviour but I guess after a while people get tired of it. They've never experienced it and can't begin to imagine how long it takes to get back to normal (whatever that is). I was expected to do everything I was supposed to and after all it was my own fault I got addicted. I was never prescribed pain meds I took them recreationally. I can see how they got tired of my illness and just wanted me to get over it. But I was the one who had to experience it.
How to wash a toilet This was simply too much of a time saver not to share it with you 1. Put both lids of the toilet up and add 1/8 cup of pet shampoo to the water in the bowl. 2. Pick up the cat and soothe him while you carry him towards the bathroom. 3. In one smooth movement, put the cat in the toilet and close the lid. You may need to stand on the lid. 4. The cat will self agitate and make ample suds.
BUT I GUESS WHEN ITS MY TIME TO GO .. THE GOOD LORD IS GOING TO TAKE ME! IM NOT AFRAID OF DYING ... THATS FOR SURE. IM TIRED EVERY DAY THAT GOES BY. I HAVE A HOME HEALTH AIDE COMING TOMMOROW.. BUT SHE WONT DO ANYTHING... THE ONES THAT COME HERE ..WELL THEY LIKE TO SIT ALOT. AND IM NOT THE TYPE TO MAKE THEM DO ANYTHING... ALTHOUGH THAT IS WHAT THEY ARE GETTING PAID TO DO. I GET TIRED OF SEEING THEM ALL THE TIME CAUSE...
I read this forum before I quit a week ago and it scared me but I didnt really expect it to be this bad and to last this long.... Im losing it mentally.
I take Requip (prescription) and it works. Hylands is supposed to help many. Or CALM. Take potassium and magnesium. Eat bananas. Slepp in a recliner. I sleep on the floor at times in the side that is bothering me. The hardness seems to help. Or wrapping a heating pad around the leg. But time is what it needs. It should go away. Patience.
I am going to take as least amount of pills today to see how fee I can get down to. Took three to get out the door for 2 appointments. Getting all plans ready to go through with this. I look at this this way. Do you want a little electricution or a lot! Either way it has to be done. I'm going to try to stay positive as I get my numbers down. Thank you for everyones concern. Back after drs.
I was wondering if i take half of one at night just so i can sleep will i still be able to detoxe and if so how long while it takr befor im done.
I just got pneumonia and was on dilaudid 6 month because they had to saw my ribs to take out my lung and I stopped it, thinking since I never abused it I wouldn't get sick .I was wrong and I don't want to ever get sick like that again. please tell me if I will be okay doing this right and will my weight come off/,ever again. Please help me with the end so I can live my life again I dont want to have withdrawal.
Sometimes it is better to taper...It may be better to go ahead and ride it out tho since u are 1 day into it...darvacet is a mild opiate but still a narcotic...lots of tylenol in it so toxicity from that is a big risk ...How long until your back surgery?
I couldn't imagine suffering like this. I always wanted to know...do you take any physical therapy to keep your muscles working, while your doctor has you on all this bed rest. I am just wondering if this has anything to do with muscle atrophy. I am just guessing here, Sam. Looking for answers I suppose, that may not make any sense. I hope you get in to see the Neuro soon. This is all very puzzling to me. Please keep us updated and know that you are in my prayers, precious.
If I set in a chair it makes my legs hurt to have pressure pushing on the back side of my legs so I keep my knees up high. If I need to have a BM it makes my legs hurt terrible then after I us the restroom it is instant pain relief. When I sleep at night my legs hurt so bad it wakes me up. I can get out of bed and walk around for a few minutes the pain goes away then I go back to sleep again.
If you click on my name and then click on blogs you will see one under that heading. Take a minute to read it. I hope you will find it helpful. The main thing of course is the decision that you make and making it a priority in your life, because that will determine what your life will actually be and mean in the end. I don't want to sound preachy but it is not a decision you make one day, it is a decision you will make every day for the rest of your life.
It's hard when you really have legitamate pain. It's even harder to talk to my doctor about it becuase I have no prescription, so how would I go about telling her. Also, she has been my doctor since I was nine years old and I really wouldn't want her to know. Plus, she has me on xanax (which I NEVER abuse) and I'm afraid she would think I'm abusing that also. My husband just bought some more from someone. It is so expensive.
I would be talking to the anaesthetist about what you will be given - and DO be completely open with him or her about what you take and how much of it. If they don't know what you're on they can't monitor you properly during surgery and they need to know exactly so they can give you anaesthetic that doesn't have adverse reaction with the pills you are taking.
Oral Prednisone is a very powerful steroid that has been undoubtedly overused through the years. Warnings about side effects are well-taken and appropriate. That being said, used judiciously, and occasionally, it has a place in the management of asthma. At times oral prednisone can mean the difference between life and death. I would use it as little as possible, and only when absolutely positively necessary.
I have never told anyone about being told I have fibro. I have never missed work due to it. I don't think I have it anyway. I have had other medical issues, but I am the type that hates to talk about medical issues with anyone. I was told by one doctor that in all honesty, Fibro is just a label you are given when they can not diagnose you.
I am not at all happy with the system that the Government has set up for our soldiers who serve our country and their families to be forced into such brutal conditions and the lowering of self esteem making me feel as if I am a Pill seeker or Drug Addict (pill popper) They should set up some sort of medical program for those who are in a pain management program to begin 4-6 months in advance of a move to get the proper medications and be pre-warned of how it is going to be when they arrive at
The only time I actually do take my Adderall is when I have to drive because I'm legally obligated to do so, and if I don't I could go to jail for vehicular manslaughter if I get into an accident and kill someone. As far as the clonazepam goes, I am supposed to take it nightly to help me sleep and treat my RLS, but it causes "brain zaps" like SSRI Discontinuation Syndrome along with sleep paralysis.
I also have always had RLS and take Requip, and it does work wonders, except when i come to withdrawal.Thank you for suggestions, and I will hopefully find one that works. Thanks!
One thing you probably need to come to realize is that it may be that you will never be totally pain free but you should be able to manage your pain. It took me a long time to grasp that. I kept expecting that I'd get back to normal. This forum helped me realize a number of things. One, that there is no shame in having to take medications, including narcotics, to manage my pain, and two, that pain management is just that: managing my pain.
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