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but I had a month or more of the vibrating, now I have had a few nights of cramps in the arch of my feet. My hands tend to cramp when I hold something too long.....
I have Fibromyalgia. I get excruciating cramps (charlie horses) in my calfs, toes, arch of feet, top of feet, inner right thigh, sides of calfs from the outside knee down to ankle. When I walk outside my home such as going to get groceries I am sure to have these cramps at night. They may also come during the daytime. My fingers and hands spasm also. My fingers on my right hand will pull in toward the center or my hand.. I became very ill about 2 years ago.
during various yoga poses that involve kneeling (with the top of my foot flat against the floor); etc. - the arches of my feet cramp violently (often causing my toes to "freeze"). I've tried various stretching exercises, but nothing works. I talked with various physicians about it, but none were concerned. I'm not worried, just tired of the pain.
My first question is about foot cramps. I have read a little about pregnant women getting cramps in their legs, and I had one last week. But I have been struggling w/ really BAD foot cramps..I woke up the other night and I was almost in tears because I could not get the cramp out...Is foot cramping common as well? I think I read leg cramps could come from a lack of calcium, could that be the case w/ foot cramps as well? I am taking a horse of a prenatal vitamin, lol!
i had major foot painprior to treatment..
Still feeling the tingles intermitently, and occasionally I have a twitch in my right calf muscle and also in the arch of my right foot. I've probably been reading too much on the internet, but I'm concerned about ALS or MS. My mother had a very serious case of MS, which caused her death at the age of 34. I am an almost 40 y.o. male, about 20 lbs overweight and do not smoke. I have lost a few pounds lately by doing some pretty intense spinning classes. Please let me know what you think.
A few days ago I had a sensation of the floor vibrating under one foot. Since then I have realized it is my foot. It is felt in bloth feet, one at a time. Never both at the same time. I feel it when I am standing r walking. It is like an intermittent buzzing sensation. It comes in short bursts on after the other then stops. It will happen when walking and I will feel it with every third or fourth step. What could be the cause?
Something that I do to help with foot cramps is keep a bottle or can next to the bed and roll the arch of my foot over it to help relax the muscle. Since the pain is now in thighs and hands, I would be worried as well. I would take her to a nutritionist if the pediatrician is drawing a blank.
foot pain where, heel, arch or by the toes. Forget the NASIDS try rolling a tennis ball around with your foot while you are sitting. Many chiro's want one to use ice instead of heat.
I get foot cramps, especially if I'm doing something with the foot. Unfortunately I have so many problems with my legs that it's not safe for me to drive.
I also get weird spasms/cramps in the arch of my foot that makes my toes spread out (it hurts until I can stretch my arch by flattening my foot.) I used to think it was from being a dancer and playing sports & receiving multiple injuries to legs/ankles, etc (like nerve damage into foot or something?), but I've never had it checked out. I'd be interested to know what it is, if you find out. Until then, my theory is that it happens to people named Lauren- just kidding!
I put the arch of my foot on something cold. I keep our glass water change bottle next to the bed. Instant relief. I've done this will all of my pregnancies. And eat bananas.
I get cramps in my right foot,, sometimes one toe will pull over the top of the one next to it; can't pull it back, or massage it out; hurts so bad! That happened in my water exercise class yesterday. My toe cramps seem to happen more often when my feet are cold.
That technique also works great for an inner-arch foot cramp. You can achieve the same calf stretch when standing. Place the balls of your feet on a board or even a door threshhold. You only need a couple inches of height, and the higher the object is that you stand on, the more of a stretch you'll get. Balance yourself on the balls of your feet and slowly lower your heels to the ground. Maintain for a few seconds until the cramp stops.
My doctor wanted me to take swimming classes for my Fibormyalgia, but cold or hot water will still cause my muscles to cramp in my toes (they just want to curl up) and the arch of my feet.I find, if I put my legs down on the floor flat the cramps go away. But as soon as I lift them back up the muscle cramps come back. I have a bad lower back and I need to ware a shoes with a heel. My foot doctor, tells me not to walk in flat shoes, with lower back problems.
I have neuropathy and had it for years now and a few years ago I had these pains that would show up as a cramp in the arch of left foot and this cramp would be so sensitive that I could not even touch it, I would get this pain traveling up my leg to my knee or higher and it felt as if I was pulling on something in the arch and it was pulling down right from the knee.
About once or twice a month, my healthy four-year old son wakes in the night screaming of foot pain. He is inconsolable. He complains that the foot hurts on the top. His toes, arch, heel, etc. don't hurt him. He's able to walk on the foot and it's never the same foot each time. When this happens he can scream for up to an hour at a time and sometimes this happens twice a night. His pediatrician found no abnormality. His feet do not hurt during the day and he's a normal, active child.
I can relate to the cramping that you are having. During TX I also experienced several bout's of cramps in my foot and right hip. I was taking several different supplement at the time including magnesium, Zinc and calcium. I found no patten to the attacks. I might have several cramps within a couple days, then nothing for Weeks or more. The even persisted for some time post TX. I am now 1.5 years post TX, I have not had the cramps for some time.
I have had issues with cramping in left leg with calf and under my foot (in the arch) and they hurt like heck....but this is really weird and thought...This would really be the only place to ask about this without feeling like a total idiot.. Back in June or July I was giving my doggie a bath outside under thehose and as I was shampooing her I noticed my left thumb just cramped up and and remained bent (or cramped up and stayed bent) but I could not move it..
They've Mainly Been In My Calve Muscles And Sometimes My Foot Arch. Please Someone Tell Me What's Going On And How Can I Keep This From Happening. Especially While I Sleep And Try To Stretch Or Move Into A More Comfortable Position. I'm Afraid To Move At Night Or Stretch now.
I am now 52, and my syptoms were the same until I started on Lyrica a couple of years ago. That was when the leg, foot and lower back cramps went into overdrive. As stated above by another poster, they were as intense as labor pains, usually waking me from a dead sleep, screaming and falling to the floor. However, something no one has addressed is the horrible swelling, and how the cramps cause bed-wetting, and urinary incontinence... at least they did with me.
I have been having what feels to me like a buzzing sensation in my left foot (sole) not my toes not near the heel it seems to remain in the same location. I have been experiencing it now for over 3 days. I'm hoping it's nothing but the fact that it's a persistent feeling that doesn't seem to want to go away, I'm beginning to get concerned. I've tried elevating my foot, massaging and doing exercises to relieve it and nothing seems to work.
especially in the summer... guess it could do with my arch in my foot... but I have found a wonderful homopathic pill!!! it is by Hylanders you find it in walmart or riteaid type places... they also carry teething tablets. I can't remember what they are called.. so ask the pharmacist for the teething tablets from hylanders.. and it will be right next to it anyway.. they have two kinds.. one is a pill you swollow.. (I dislike) the other...
In my right leg, I have knee swelling and pain when walking, ankle swelling and pain, and foot arch and metatarsal pain, though not all at the same time, and unpredictably. I think it's all related, but I don't know where to start. I used to wear prescription orthotics but haven't in about 15 years. I noticed my right knee was slightly swollen starting about 7 years ago. The knee pain started about two years ago, foot and ankle have been slightly swollen for about that long.
The pain is still there as it was before my surgery, but I have a new pain in my right foot, arch, heel and up to my knee. It's as if I have had a severe burn and touching my pant leg, bed sheets and socks are killing me. My question is, is this normal after surgery? If so, when shal I start seeing less pain in regard to the burning and will I have to live like this forever? I also have noticed while walking with a cane, that my right hip cramps up and I cab barely walk.
Ok, this has happened before, but it happened again tonight. My left foot in the arch, same exact spot everytime, has a low vibration buzzing feeling. It feels like if something like a cell phone on vibrate is under my foot. I feel it for 5 seconds and then it stops and then it does it again and stops.
) For example, when I stretch my legs in the morning, or to relieve that darn RLS, I have to be careful about pointing my toes because if I do, I am likely to get a killer cramp in my calf or arch of my foot. I consciously avoid pointing my toes for this reason. I thought it was normal...it isn't, is it? Peace, friends.
I'm not on any medication and don't have any particular medical conditions. I know this is related to driving because if I stay away from it for a few days the cramps begin to decrease. The question is, what to do about it? Another job is not the answer.
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