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Restless Leg Syndrome – Prognosis

Restless Leg Syndrome – Prognosis

Restless Leg Syndrome – Prognosis
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Once the diagnosis of restless leg syndrome has been made, the prognosis is good and it makes sense to follow your doctor's orders. Unfortunately, there's nothing one could really do to prevent it. It's largely genetic and associated with some underlying problems. Hopefully if we can treat the underlying problems, the disease will remit on its own. Sometimes has an unusual course. It can get better. It can get worse through the life cycle, but overall it has an excellent prognosis and can be treated.

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

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  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine

Doctor Profile

Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Board Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Assistant Professor and Primary Care Physician the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City
  • Graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine