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Recently I have been getting severe leg and foot cramps, my doctor checked my potassium.. levels and they were good, she checked everything that could possibly cause leg cramps and the only thing that was out of whack was my liver enzyme's, I have been taking cholesterol medication for about 2 months, I also take Hydrocodone 10/325 and Tramadol 50mg daily. I take 3 and 3.
Ah I thought I was the only one! I woke up to the most extreme cramp in my leg!! And somehow got a charlie horse in my foot!
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?
I had the leg/foot/toe cramps while on tx, and yes, the pain was horrendous!! I've had 2 kidney stones and I swear the cramps were almost worse! My "noise level" was no where near as difficult to control with the stones. Follow OrphanedHawks advice on how to get out of the bed (as hard as that is!) and get to a wall to do the following....I swear, if you can get to the wall, this does work! Stand at arm's length from a wall with hands on the wall.
I get what I guess is RLS as it is virtually impossible for me to go to sleep sometimes becasue my legs particlarly the right wants to draw up or ache, when I walk on the treadmill or use the eliptical my feet go numb, I have a toe (3) on my left foot that is more often than not numb and white, if i get even a little cold my hands and feet go numb and it takes forever to warm up.
I also have spasms in my left foot area that make my foot move by itself when I am lying down. I saw a Neuro two weeks back and he gave me an office exam and then had me go for an immediate emg and nerve conductivity test along with an MRI of my lower spine. (Should have stated earlier that I had back surgeory on a lumbar disc three years ago becuase of extreme sciatica and signs of foot drop in my left foot then). The EMG came back normal with the exception of the lower left leg.
For the past 2 days, I've had this constant buzzing sensation in my left foot. It comes and goes every 6 seconds. However, when I walk, and when I do other activities that require a lot of attention, the sensation disappears. I seem to be getting different sensations, all paresthesia, that come and go every couple of weeks. During these periods, I also get anxious, so I'm not sure if its anxiety or the paresthesia that's the cause. What could this be?
, I have gotten insomnia and stay in the tub running hot water over my feet to ward off foot cramps. I have consulted with my regulart doctor and have changed doctors a number of times, at least five, and this problem is still going unaddressed. According to tests, I don't have diabetes, neuropathy, or lung problems. I believe that the toe/feet cramps, twitching is caused by the Armour or thyroid medication in general, one doctor said it's not the thyroid meds.
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.
The symptoms that you describe are odd (the pulsing hand part) but, anyone with isolated numbness of the extremities deserves a workup for MS (multiple sclerosis). Unfortunately, many people with real MS are passed off for years as "anxious" (and some other patients pursue the diagnosis of MS despite exhaustive testing). You should have a comprehensive workup for MS, so that you can know the truth (as we know it) and you can continue with your life.
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 am still having leg cramps and nose bleeds which come from low platelets.Does this mean the treatment is not working.I would think that if the virus was gone the leg cramps would stop as well as the nosebleeds.Has anyone who has cleared on sovaldi-olysio still experiencing the leg cramps?
Are you right-handed? You have foot-drop, but can you rise up on your toes while standing? Do you get cramps in your muscles? Could MS present this way? Yes, it could, but so could other things. Do you know what your tendon reflexes are like in your right leg compared with your left leg? What about the reflexes in your arms? Are they different, reduced or hyperactive?
I am one day past IVF and am having lower menstrual cramps. Is this unusual. Did anyone else's doctor require them to have bedrest for 24 hours? Thanks for listening.
I have SEVERE muscle cramps in my inner thigh either or, calves, toes and inner bottom of my foot ... and usually on my right side of my abdomin. As with others i i scream cry and beg for the pain to stop while i try to stretch it out , when they are done I feel severly bruised and sore for days. I have been diagnosed with HB, RA, OA, scoliosis, neuropathy, degenerated bonde disease, I have drank mustard, pickle juice, hot baths, poultices, calcuim, potassium, lots of fluids, etc...
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.
What i would mainly like to know is how the tingling of Multiple sclerosis feels, like where do you get it, how often to you get it, describe how it feels and also, how is your pain? Pleases answer!
There is no evidence of left lumbosacral plexopathy or L5 radioculopathy. Physically she has foot drop, numbness to her anterior mucles and foot. She can only move here toes slightly downwards. She is on crutches and all she was given post-discharge was a standard preformed foot drop splint (which she was told only to wear at night) and some gauze tied into a rope to do what I think are 'towel pull exercises'.
Other time like when I seat from inside e ankle to my whole foot will burn/tingle. It's almost like the pressure on the back of my leg causes this. Also, sometimes if you run your hand from the top of my leg to the ankle you can feel,it go from warm to very cld at the ankle. This has been gradually getting worse over the past 8 years and I have seen a ton of doctors. General doc, nuralagist, chiro, podiatrist, homeopathy, acupuncture, pulmutalagist,.
I often awake from muscle cramps in the night. The cramps are in all my lower leg muscles, especially little ones I would never have known I had, but are rarely in my calves. Occasionally they are in my thigh muscles too. Like restless leg syndrome, I usually have to stand up and/or walk to get rid of them. Unlike what I have been told about it, they cause actual pain. This may happen several times a night. Usually I have about two to four weeks in which it happens almost nightly.
You described exactly what I have been having in my right foot lately! Left foot toes have been numb for a year+ now. Just went for results of MRI follow up (3 years ago first one) today with no answers as to why I'm having neuroapthy. I go for second spinal tap Monday (3 years ago first one). Neuro said never heard of buzzing under foot! Feels like sliding on ice at times!
I am not a doctor, but am a well-read type 1 diabetic, so please check out any information I give you with your own physician. I did some research on foot cramps and can tell you what I have found out. I do not know your age, but cramps in the feet while sleeping at night is apparently fairly common as people grow older. It is believed that this is sometimes caused by poor circulation in the feet, and is more common in diabetics than in other people.
I drive my car alot for work, often several hours at a time either all at once or in multiple trips. I use cruise control whenever possible, adjust my seat for the best position, take walking breaks every couple hours and try to keep myself hydrated. As soon as I'm off my feet at home laying on the couch or in bed both feet start to cramp up. The only relief seems to be in stretching my plantar fascia and toes backwards and/or finding a position that minimizes the cramping.
My daughter has been complaining of leg and foot cramps. At first I attributed this to simple growing pains. She is four years old and has multiple allergies: grass and peanut butter are amoung her most potent allergens. She is on allergy shots for grass. I give her organic vitamins with B12, B6, B2, and magnesium, as well as enzymes, probiotics, omega swirl with omega 3, 6, 9 all natural supplements that help to support an allergic and asthmatic system.
they last for so long and the only thing that helps is heat So much so that when I was in Sainsbury's the other day the toe cramps started and I ended up putting a hot chicken on my foot in the car just so i could drive home!!! how rediculous is that! but it helped! I also get strange feelings in my veins from my hands to just beyond my wrists and my fingers go fuzzy sometimes to. lately i have also had my left eye feel weird and it keeps twitching!
Lots of baby dust to you all. Cramps don't mean yes or No. I had cramps and mine did not work while my aunt had no cramps and hers worked...Goodluck to you all.. Bajan Girl how was the ultrasound?
Around that time, I would get occasional foot cramps and i noticed I was shaking or had muscle tremors when I held things. I ignored it. So as I got older, I was starting to notice my coordination was a little off. If I walked down a tight corridor and another person was walking toward me, I would not realize I would bump into him and I would. Stairs also started to become difficult. I didn't know why but I would be out of breath and my legs felt tired.
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.
I suffer from cramps in the top of my left foot, and in my right ankle every night, multiple times. My potassium level is fine, I'm diabetic, and have AFib Also occasionally have charlie horses in inside of thighs, either leg. What can I do?
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