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hi just wondering wat medication people take with bad feet and legs at night to help them sleep been struggling for 15 years now have severe nerve damage due to spinal injury thankyou

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    Sorry to hear this. What happened to your spine? What type of injury did you sustain?

    Hope u don't mind my questions?

    Take care.

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      I don't really want to say much on here but I had a discetomy but had a big problem before the op the op was brilliant

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    Hi Marie

    I've only been taking Mirtazapine 15mg for a short time

    for burning in my hands and feet but this strength allows

    me to have a fair nights sleep. Should be upping the

    dose to 30mg but wonder about the long term effects

    of these type of tablets. I am awaiting tests for this

    complaint and struggling today with the heat as I keep

    on having hot sweats which I've never experienced

    before. Hope you can find a medication that will

    help. Best wishes.

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    I take amitriptyline at night it as a sedative effect and is prescribed for pain especially nerve pain. It does work, it relaxes the nerves in the body.
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      Hi Woodie, I only take Amitriptyline at night to help with sleep. I do take other medications due to arthritis and because i suffer nerve pain due to the operations i have had. If i took Amitriptyline in the day i would be too tired. 


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      Hi Elizabeth, I'm also suffering with bursts of heat, is this 

      something that bothers you? With the temps at 25 degrees

      so early and rising I'm like a limp wrag!!


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