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I also sleep w a bar of soap at the foot of the bed under the sheets. Crazy Native American home remedy. lol. Another thought was that when women are trying to hold off the onset of labor, the doctor will tell them to drink a lot of fluid because it decreases the contractions. I think that's common knowledge among women who tend to early labor. Maybe another one of those common folklore Okie thangs.. lol.
Anyone experience this and any home remedy you can let me know about. It has been for about 12 hours or so, and it is almost unbearable. I keep waiting for it to pass, but so far it is worse. Such strange stuff going on...
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.
but nope still get those foot cramps and charlie horses. I finally had to break down and go to a specialist. Well he told me to take a glass of Tonic Water every night. It contains "quinine" and it should help and then go to physical therapy. Iv'e been too busy for the PT but I started drinking that tonic water. You know what - not ONE toe cramp or charlie horse since I did it! I just keep the bottle by my bed and chug it down before I go to sleep and it WORKS.
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 "side affects" to the steroid shots i had in both sides of my lower back and they also had to trigger the nerves.What a mistake that was,I get "crampping" like it's gonna kill me and it's all over my body and three times it went to my heart no lie and my husband had to rub my heart and i was like a lame duck. The thing is i already have so many problems i have,chronic pain,chronic advanced fibromyalgia,siezures,spasms daily,7 protuding discs,coxydinia,motor V.A.
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I, too, had pain radiating downward, and had bad leg and foot cramps that woke me up at night. As for swelling in your foot, that could come from the swelling in your knee draining down into your foot due to gravity. Any swelling will make the swollen area tender, even if it's not the injured area. You will probably experience swelling in your knee for a while. Do you keep it elevated at all?
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I wonder if I pay enough attention to it if i have a really bad day of foot dropping if it is directly proportional to the cramps. Katie- I don't know if i have RLS or what but I am conscious enough that I know i am stretching really good, pointing my toes when it triggers. Sometimes, I can feel it coming and go back to flat feet immediately, a lot of times there is no warning.
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Another home test for detecting blood circulation problems in your foot: - Place your foot with the toe numbness in a large bowl (or tub) of warm/hot water (not too hot!), make sure your leg is completely straight and wait a few minutes to see if the numbness goes away. If it does go away while your foot remains in the water and combined with the temperature test it's further indication of blood flow/circulatory issues and presents a red flag. Go to the doctor with your findings.
The last little bit really helped this morning, but it seems to have worn off. When I get home from work, I plan on wrapping it with a hot pad and blast the consequences - the pain is radiating up into my knee and inner thigh.
Sounds like the heel lift could make the leg cramps worse, but you say you've had cramps prior to this... have they ever tried to determine the cause of them? Did he homeopathic remedy work for the pain? I hope they do check on your circulation and do a lipid panel on you. When the pain is really bad, it's helpful for me to have the diazepam, along with pain medication, to be able to get to sleep. I'm glad you felt more relaxed and hope you wont find you need to take the Xanax too often...
Soon after I began noticing the spots on my left foot. Now there are so many brown spots on my right foot and ankle that they almost completely cover it. I was on neurontin for a long time. Eventually it irritated my stomach. Then my doctor put me on mscontin, topamax, lamictal, zanaflex, and cellebrex. I’m still on them and the spots are still continuing to worsen.
i am now using drysol and the perspiration had ceased. although not the best remedy, i am much happier. i have experienced foot cramps in my left foot. not specific to any one activity. my right shoulder aches as though i have been overusing it. have just passed it off as hockey related, although even after taking a month and a half off the pain came back. i had a 45-minute toothache the other day. not unusual except that it moved throughout my mouth from front to back, top to bottom.
My spasms last anywhere from 10-20 minutes each cycle and usually happen at least once to twice every 2 hours all through the night. I have tried every home remedy imaginable. I have tried vitamins, massage, water aerobics, stretching- all to no avail. I am planning on starting my samples of Zanaflex and Provigil this weekend, but am extremely nervous about doing so. I do not want to take anything that can be sedating or addicting, I just want to be out of pain.
i can not keep it under control and i have done every exercise and home remedy i can think of. one thing i would recommend though is a TINS unit. the electricity travels faster to the brain than the pain does and tricks the brain to cover the pain. it is just a bandaid but you can do it for 20 minutes about every hour. if you do it for too long and too high you can make your muscles sore. that has been the only thing really to give some relief. sometimes it does not work when its too much pain.
I initially experienced numbness in my foot. Eventually that alleiviated and then I started to feel stiffness in my calfs in both legs.I have been tested for lupus,MS, Thyroid, and arthritis. However the tests came back negative. Advise if you know anything else.
I am a female, age 57 and was perfectly healthy until the late summer of 2001 when the leg and foot cramps started. The toes on my left foot are numb, which affects my walking and I have left sided weakness, which I think makes me feel like I live in two different bodies. I was interested to hear that another person feels the same way, yet the neuros have never heard that one before. Take care and have a good summer. The Canadian.
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