For the past few months I've been experiencing aches and heaviness in my legs. These usually happens in the evening or while I'm sleeping. But I once move around it goes away. I've had RLS for the past 8-10 years and I don't take anything for it. Please help. Waterlily2120
Since you have RLS since a long time, do you feel your current symptoms are new to you? Some people do complain of these additional problems when they have RLS. There are a few good medicines available for RLS. I would suggest you consider treatment for your RLS.
Last year inswitched from Lexapro to Cymbalta. During the transition period, I had numerous aches, tingles, burning sensations in legs, feet and hands. Now a year later, much has calmed down. But I have dull aches in my legs, they feel heavy, and in the evenings, sitting, I get RLS, pretty severe. Could this be a side effect of Cymbalta? Had no troubles on Lexapro.
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