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Orbitalbliss posted:
I'm 35. Have had RLS and tremors for quite some time. Lots of muscle, joint pain. Being treated for costochondritis, back pain sciatica and Panic Disorder which I take Lexapro and Xanax for. Finally mentioned to the new doc about my restless legs. She asked about history of MS or PD in the family. I don't know my family that well. She prescribed Mirapex. It stopped my rls the first night. It has also stopped my hand tremors...does this mean it is probably young onset Parkinson's?
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Mark A Stacy, MD responded:
Dear Orbitalbliss
I do not think your RLS doctor would have missed the tremor in the right hand, so doubt you have PD. However, I would contact her with this question.


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