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does anyone get leg cramps using this

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    Leg problems with amodopline are usually swelling of lower legs-quite common.Is that possibility associated with your cramps?

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    legs, feet, side........... joined a pilates class and spent a lot of time rubbing whatever had gone into a cramp. Tutor told me to take magnesium which i have bought but not started yet.

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    hi ankle swelling , swollen tongue , pins needles in feet. something that looks like beri beri on ankle & leg skin . dry mouth , sarcopenia muscle aches... but could i just mean could taking Methylfolate & Vitamin B2 Riboflavin help , just might do, i just been reading about it & ordered some thought i would give it a try , good luck

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      i gave up after 3 weeks climbing the stairs made me feel i was going to faint and my calf muscles were screaming, felt sick and had stomach problems. magnesium gave me an out of body experience. have managed to put off taking anything new but due for a review this week..........

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      Hi Thesheen , after scan few weeks ago on lvh in heart, nothing wrong with my heart, but edema of legs swelling , so cardiologist says Amlodipine well known for perhepi swelling so taken me off them for Lorstan , and this as only just this friday 6th . but i said would taking a Zinc supplement help , hes answer not proven YET.. Angiotensin 2 and Zinc has some kind of correlation ,maybe just being Zinc deficient might cause HPB , but he said i'm sure it won't cause any harm but not to much though, have a read about Zinc never know might help. good luck.

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