11 Nov 2009
Yes. If sleep is severely disrupted, medications such as Sinemet (an anti-Parkinson's medication) is used to treat restless leg syndrome.
- Sinemet Information for Consumers
- Sinemet Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Sinemet (detailed)
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1 answer • 20 Sep 2011
I took one pill last night and my legs were horrid. I was told to use my Sinemet which I have left along with it at first until it takes hold. I have ...
2 answers • 16 Mar 2012
now my Dr has me taking trazodone 50 mg and zopiclone 7.5 as well, are there any bad side effects?
1 answer • 14 Apr 2012
Have RLS, neuropathy, osteoarthritis and bipolar. At night take sinemet, chlonezepam and gabapentin?
A couple hours later wake up w legs going crazy, moving, kicking. Doctor wants to increase gabapentin to 2400mg/day. Is that too high? Does it work ...
1 answer • 3 Jul 2014