Don’t Light the Fuse of Restless Legs Syndrome with Dopamine Agonists

Twenty percent of restless legs syndrome patients are already on higher-than-recommended doses of dopamine agonists, says John Winkelman, MD, PhD. By Bushraa Khatib Starting a dopamine agonist to treat restless legs syndrome (RLS) is like lighting a fuse, with the near certainty that at some point in the future, the medication will cause RLS symptoms … Read more