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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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
... have tried Ropinrole 9mg and Clonezapame and it has not helped my restless leg during the day. It seems my legs are worse since taking this new ...
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