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    ^ Yes, I have had RLS for years and I find that Magnesium and Iron supplements alleviate it.

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    I was yold by a neurologist that the key is: Stretch, Sex, Sleep.

    Sweet dreams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I was yold by a neurologist that the key is: Stretch, Sex, Sleep.

    Sweet dreams!
    Too bad it's not DP with the problem... This method makes him sleep quite well

    Magnesium tabs worked really well for a week, (thank you!!!) not so much last night (hot shower and panadol required) but I've only got a few more weeks to go, so at least that's keeping me sain, assuming it eases after bubs is born!

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    Urgh I wish I only had it in pregnancy. I get RLS all the time. Especially when I'm driving home late at night and I'm super tired


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