The purpose of this online survey is to gather information from women suffering from Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) during pregnancy (current or past pregnancy) that will help us shape an intervention to help them reduce their symptoms and improve their quality of life during and after pregnancy.
RLS affects approximately one in three pregnant women in western countries, with a negative impact on sleep and quality of life. It is also linked to postpartum depression which can have harmful consequences for both mother and child.
This project aims to support the development of a new research application and to lead to the acquisition of data that could help us improve the management of RLS in a population for which the use of pharmacological agents should be avoided.
Your participation in this online survey is voluntary and anonymous. In order to participate, you need to read and click the consent button.
Findings from the study will be reported, disseminated and made available to the participants via the RLS-UK website and social media platforms linked to the project. It is intended that this work will be published in a peer-reviewed journal, however key findings will be made available to participants regardless of publication through the RLS-UK charity's website and Facebook page.
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