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I always have a muscle cramp on my back please guide

A: Treatment for back muscle Cramp muscle cramps are caused by muscle spasms. Although you may want to "wait it out", Chronic back pain will not subside in time. In fact, neglecting this condition can cause your problem to escalate to a level where you require almost complete bed rest. Acute back pain is a very sharp stabbing pain (or in rare cases a dull ache) in the lower part of the back.    Although this condition can be rather severe and can cause acute pain, with treatment you can expect a total recovery within a couple of weeks. Acute
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What Causes muscle cramps?

A: muscle cramps are painful spasms of muscles that can occur anywhere in the body. People think mostly of cramps that occur in the legs, sometimes called charley horses, but you can get cramps in your feet, arms, shoulders, hips, hands or back. muscle cramps are often marked by the body stiffening in the cramped area, and an inability to relax the area for several minutes to sometimes several hours. There are many causes of muscle cramps. You can get them if you have worked out too hard, especially if you donít stretch first. They also can...


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Rosuvastatin 20mg and muscle cramps?

A: 16 Jul 2011 If your muscle cramps go away when you stop taking rosuvastatin then it is highly likely the cause of your cramps. There is a moderate interaction between baclofen and gabapentin ... but this interaction should not result in symptoms such as cramps. http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=318-0,1147-0,2031-0 Votes:+1CommentVote upReport caringsonbj16 Jul 2011 Dear Mad man I have a good friend who has been on most drugs such as simivastin, Provachol and a whole range of them she goes through episodes of leg cramps bottom line she ends up notifying her cardiologist he then usually changes the medication, he advises her that since she has had...


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What are Home Remedies for muscle cramps?

A: Everybody experiences muscle cramps at least once in a lifetime. Your back hurts as you bend down to lift a heavy box, or your arm tightens when you stretch up to reach for something placed high on a shelf. During these moments, the muscles contract, leaving you breathless with pain and unable to move. muscle cramps occur most often in the legs, arms and back. They happen due to muscle overuse or strain, injury or dehydration, or after a prolonged period of inactivity, such as sitting in the same position for too long. If you suffer from muscle

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How to get rid of muscle cramps?

A: muscle cramps are often a sign of poor circulation. Try massaging the calf, (hell, why not your entire leg), if it becomes a persistant problem go to the doctors to seek advice. My Dad has to where special socks at night now to help with muscle cramps. Make sure that when you are about to partake in any exercise you do a proper warm up and cool down afterwards. Not enough people bother and it would really cut down on the number of sports related injuries. muscle cream and asperin should help the pain for now. Eat foods with potasium or take potasium supplaments. They should prevent most mussle cramps. It works for me. If you hadn''t worked...


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Is it possible to get a muscle cramp right below the rib cage and would it feel like a rock?

A: Lie down and relax for a few minutes. If it goes away, it was either gas or a muscle cramp. I have a test I use for ‘Is It Gas''. You can play along at home. I lie on my stomach for fifteen minutes- not on a bed, but on a truly flat surface. Then I stand and slowly do the side angle yoga pose. Hold it for thirty seconds, then slowly release- raise hands above head then do the other side. If it hasn''t moved or hurts to much to bend- then it''s probably not gas. If you toot- you win. Well, ‘win'' might be a bit strong. @gemiwing. LOL at least it made me laugh. So far I''ve tried @YARNLADY little experiment. The pain or the hard knot is not present when laying down. But as soon as I sat up it was back again. Feels like a fist size...


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How Do I Prevent Calf muscle cramps?

A: Calf muscle cramps may occur while working out, but there are various ways to prevent them. One of the most important habits to have is drinking enough water, as dehydration can cause leg cramps. Deficiency of certain nutrients, such as sodium and potassium, can also result in calf cramps, which means that taking supplements may help prevent them. Of course, stretching before and after a workout is also important to ensure that the muscles are not too tight, as this can cause cramps and injuries to the muscle. Drinking enough water can help you avoid calf muscle

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How Can I Get Rid of a Leg muscle Cramp?

A: You can get rid of a leg muscle cramp, also commonly referred to as a charley horse, through the use of ice, massage, and elevation of your leg. Another thing you may want to try to help your leg cramps are stretching exercises, but these exercises should be continued only if they do not cause you any increased discomfort. If you get a leg muscle cramp at night while you are trying to sleep, you may be able to alleviate the pain by taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines. In the event that your problems with leg cramps are chronic, you may want to see your doctor to determine the underlying cause of the cramps. Ice is considered one of the most helpful...


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Is magnesium a contributor to muscle cramps in the legs and back?

A: muscles need three minerals to work efficiently, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. If any one of these things becomes unbalanced, you may experience muscle aches, pains, or cramping. Normally stored in muscle and bone, magnesium acts like a key that unlocks muscle cells, allowing potassium and calcium to move in and out when needed as a muscle does its job. Without adequate levels of any of these three nutrients, the muscle becomes irritable. To keep the muscle cell adequately healthy, you need to get potassium into the cell, and you need to have magnesium to open up the door to let the potassium in. If you are...


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muscle cramps , calcium and magnesium

A: According to the data you provided (muscle cramps in legs and arms recently, intensive sweating), you might be experiencing muscle cramps due to changes in calcium or magnesium blood levels. Low levels of calcium are a well known cause of cramps which might turn even to tetany of muscles. Simply supplementing calcium and magnesium for a longer period (one to two weeks) and taking more water might significantly reduce the cramps if the condition is not severe. muscle spasms can be seen in multiple sclerosis, although multiple sclerosis is associated with far more symptoms. However, since you...
 
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