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  • I started taking requip for severe restless legs about a year and a half ago. Six months ago my right foot went numb and tingling really bad and up my leg some and minimal in my left foot. Does anyone know if requip can cause neuropathy? Requip has been a life saver to me for my restless legs so I am really hoping it didn’t cause this☹️

    Post created 3 weeks 6 days ago


  • I'm sorry Jen forgot to put

    I'm sorry Jen forgot to put your name on the process

    2 weeks 5 days ago

  • Hello


    My name is Sharon better known as Sha.

    With your permission I would like to tell you a little about me. I am a naturopathic specialist, whose agenda is to recommend/prescribed/suggest alternative solutions, to prescriptive medication.

    Our bodies was not meant to be consumed with man made chemicals, but with natural alternatives. Our Creator is the power of all healing process thru vegetables, fruits and fibers, spices, and nuts.

    Condition of concern: Requip Peripheral Neuropathy

    Healing solutions: kale, mustard, collard, turnip greens, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, one tablespoon of cayenne spice, one teaspoon of garlic and onions(grinded) Blend all ingredients with Carrot Juice, sweetened the taste with organic oranges. Drink throughout the day.

    For external pain put together a paste consisting of cayenne spice and pure wintergreen oil. Apply it to the area.

    Source of nutrients: B3, B12, Biotin, C, E, Calcium, Inositol, Magnesium

    Check with ehealthme.com drug directory regarding this medication and it's side effects.

    What I recommend is a remedy objective whose is to stimulate your endorphins(natural pain killers in the body) in doing this your restless leg symptoms become less irritable thru stimulation of your adrenal glands.

    With your permission Heavenly Father, may I have permission with spiritual wisdom.

    2 weeks 5 days ago

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