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foot cramp in bed

Hello, I have an unusual symptom of a foot cramp or drawing pain in the sole of my left foot. It occurs early in the morning in bed and happens when I flex or stretch my foot.

The foot then cramps and it affects the second toe (the one next to the big toe) and causes a cramp in that toe only and it is very painful. It causes the toe to draw downward and I have to manually bend it back up.

I would like to know if anyone has a remedy for this. It is very specific as far as time of day and only affecting the left foot and that toe.

I'd appreciate any help.

  ruth45 on 2013-07-19
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Mag phos 6x 4tabs with hot water three times for 5 days colocynth 30 one dose evening time 5 days
akshaymohl 8 years ago
Hi ruth,

I think you already have mag phos the cell salt.

Colocynthis may be at Whole Foods in the 30c or if not
you can order on this site.

Dr. Mohla uses 8 globules as a dose.
simone717 8 years ago
Thank you for your replies. I have both remedies and I will try them.

I am grateful for this website and so appreciative of everyone's advice.

ruth45 8 years ago
hello, i am not one of the dr's or experts, but i wanted to tell you that i get leg and foot cramps and i find taking magnesium helps, i take 'calm' it's a powdered magnesium that comes in a canister. please note that magnesium can cause a laxative effect so start at the lowest dosage.
DAS1965 8 years ago

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