Re: Cramps in top of foot help
Yes, what IBake said. She's a pro at this, too!
I used a heating pad when it got bad. That helped me the most. Also, take calcium and potassium. Those can both help with cramps due to non-use of those muscles and/or the natural stretching out that doesn't happen when you spend a lot of time lying down or just sitting and not moving around. Bananas and orange juice are both high in potassium. You don't need to take a supplement. But if it's due to nerve irritation, it's just going to take time. Mine was, I think, a combination of the two. The heating pad, etc., helped but it didn't eliminate it. Over time, it stopped completely.
There's a light at the end of the tunnel!!!