Aged 32 and got oa and ra,

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I Am only 32 and been told I go both ra and oa not nice as my hands hurt all the time knees legs and feet. When it comes to bed time and a chill out my legs hurt bad have to keep moving them all night husband says I even do it in my sleep does anyone else have this. Thanks 

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    Hello. Yes I have the most pain at night especially when I'm in bed. It doesn't make any difference even if I take painkillers just before bedtime 
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      @matron I take the below. And nothing works my legs kill off a nighttime it only starts when I chill out in my legs and I have to move them and keep moving them. Let's hope we all get a pain free day 😄
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    Hello, i suffer constant pain due to Arthritis and Nuropathic pain so i understand and yes night time is worse. I dont know what meds your on but i would go back to your GP and disscuss this as there are drugs that are used as pain killers that have a sedative effect and can assist your sleep. You may also have restless leg syndrome. I am on a cocktail of drugs myself and lately have been prescribed coedine at night and have found them helpful in assisting sleep. 

    Elizabeth.

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      Hi elizabeth20203 I was on metertex but I stopped taking them so go to go back on the 22 of this month my legs are killing me I also take traumadol for pain I was taking codeine but they never worked for me when my pain is bad I do use zoplicone but my doctors does not like giving them me so I try not to. 
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