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    Sleep Apnea, Androgel, Buspirone, Mirapex cocktail.
    estoick posted:
    I take Mirapex, Buspirone and use Adrogel plus several other medicines daily. I have high blood pressure, RLS, Sleep Apnea, depression, gout, arthritis. I use a CPAP machine but I have been very tired since my Doctor doubled my dose of Mirapex. I have been having terrible mood swings, which are very noticeable to my family. I have researched these medications and the Mirapex, Buspirone and androgel can cause trouble with sleep. Can this mix of medicines just making things worse for me? I have a terrible time getting out of bed in the morning and I feel exhausted most of the time.
    Does any one have any idea's about what I can try? Thanks for any input!

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