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    Leg pain at night.
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    An_240632 posted:
    I too have leg pains at night. I also have a kidney disease, so some of the meds posted I'm not sure if I can take them. But could really use some relief... Any ideas out there?????
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    fitzgift responded:
    I have RLS so the Dr. put me on Miripex that helps but recently it hasn't had any effect so I went to my old remedy book and do you know how many thing vinegar helps and does. It said to rub it on your legs for relieve from leg cramps. So last night they where hurting and aching so I did rub white vinegar on and I was shocked to see how much it really did help. This is a tip from my fitzgift


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