Will magnesium citrate oral solution cause cramps?
i was just perscribed this at 11:30 pm. I was told it will help the colon contract to easily excrete the fecal matter that has built up inside your colon. So... yes you will have cramps and i myself am awaiting them right now
Magnesium deficiency is definitely a cause of menstrual cramps. Any kind of cramp can be an indication of magnesium deficiency, because without sufficient magnesium, muscles cannot relax. If you are magnesium deficient, this fact can be painfully obvious during that time of the month. If you have bad menstrual cramps, it would be a good idea to start taking a well-absorbed magnesium supplement. The most absorption come from chelated forms of magnesium, like magnesium malate…
Cramps in the limbs can be caused by vitamin deficiency, lactic acid after exercise, drugs, dehydration and even low magnesium in the body. If you have recently exercised muscles which you rarely use, for instance if you have taken up jogging, your muscles will cramp as they repair themselves. Menstrual cramps are the main cause of stomach problems during a woman's monthly period and your doctor can provide assistance if you suffer with them.
Acidosis if not treated can lead to growth retardation, kidney stones, bone disease, chronic kidney disease & in long run total kidney failure. Acidosis can be fully treated ('UNDER SUPERVISED MEDICAL GUIDANCE') with Alkalizers viz. Sodium Bicarbonate & Sodium Citrate / Potassium Magnesium Citrate etc.