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    Does anyone have a suggestion for constant burning in the legs?????
    An_204690 posted:
    Does anyone have a suggestion for constant burning in the legs????
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    Rory26312 responded:
    Most people find Neurotin (gabapentin generic) to help with neurologic pain it is available in many doses so if you try it ,it may take a while to find the correct dose for you.

    agtog responded:
    Hi, been diagnosed for 21 years, found that anti- epileptic medicine control the burning restless legs, so nice to sleep. If I skip the meds I don't sleep. My Dr. explained that my brain keeps on sending messages and that epilepsy works in kind of in the same way.
    I also take a water tablet to reduce swelling in legs after cortisone.
    All of the best

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