Constant leg cramps?
A person with constant leg cramps will need to have this seen by a doctor. This may be the result of overworking muscles or may have a different cause.
I doubt it, they say eating bananas causes you not to get cramps, but two days ago i had a banana milk shake for breakfast, a banana split later on that day, and a banana for a late snack, and i woke up with an awful leg cramp at around 2:00am, and i don't ever get leg cramps, so i don't know if that answers your question if potassium is a real cure for leg…
Yes, it causes leg cramps for me. It does wonders for my arthritis and other aches and pains. But, after a few days, I will wake up in the middle of the night with leg cramps, usually on the inside of my thighs - even sometimes in both legs at the same time. I try to take potassium. This seems to help.
Leg aches and cramps aren't typical pregnancy symptoms, but every woman is different. Take a test and/or see a doctor. they are not typical, BUT, it is a symptom. i am experiencing the same thing, but not just the legs are achy, my arms are also achy. ; ) Answer: I had horrible leg cramps with my first pregnancy. So it is possible.
If you have tendonitis in both feet and my elbow and last night you had bad leg cramps is all this related?
Yes, probably. More detail: Sometimes leg cramps are caused by a lack of potassium. If you are taking a diuretic (fluid pill), this can deplete the body of potassium. Try foods that are high in potassium, which should help with the leg cramps. Bananas and orange juice are both high in potassium. Dehydration can also cause leg cramps, so be sure to drink plenty of fluids - any kind of fluids except alcohol and caffeine…