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My mother aged 70 plus having weight of less than 50 kg has been suffering from leg cramps since last 2 years. She have very severe kind of cramps in the calf and sometimes in upper part of the leg and in feet as well. She was a patient of high blood pressure since 7 years, high cholesterol. for last two year years she has angina problem too. She is on BP medication for last 7 years and on angina medicines for last 2 years.
Her BP and angina is in control but the problem related to cramps is worst. Cramps usually occurs twice or thrice a day and lasts 15 to 20 minutes. Kindly advice.
 
  meezan on 2014-09-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
What causes the cramps?

What is the sensation on the affected part?

What makes the sufferings worse and what makes it better?
 
rishimba 7 years ago
no cause is apparent. most of the time it occurs while sleeping in night.

nothing makes it better, it takes 15 to 20 minutes and normalizes.

feels like that muscle is starching inwards.
 
meezan 7 years ago

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