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Re: Tramadol (ultram) in periodic leg movement syn

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Posted by Shara on January 09, 2003 at 12:06:17:

In Reply to: Re: Tramadol (ultram) in periodic leg movement syndrome posted by John Hey MD on July 28, 2002 at 12:15:02:

I know these messages were posted awhile ago, but I'd like to add that I'm a patient who's been on tramadol for RLS for a year now and out of everything I've tried, (codeine, darvocet, klonopin, mirapex), this works the best! The only downside is since I've been taking it so long I now get worse RLS (or withdrawal) when I don't take it. As a result, I'm taking 3-4 50 mg pills a day. Still, it beats the RLS every time!

Shara

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