Re: leg cramps at night
i agree, magnesium could also be the other possible culprit here. just wondering tho,when you had that last blood draw? were these cramps there then or did they develop after? it's just ALOT can change in four months,ya know? while potassium can affect muscles, magnesium deficiency can cause even bigger issues with our muscles too. i would see your doc and have everything checked again,including your mag levels. my son,while going thru liver failure back in 99-2000,kept having BIG problems with low mag and low potassium. the low mag casued some much bigger effects on his muscles than the low potassium did. just some info for ya. but do get these rechecked soon. good luck and please keep us posted, FB
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