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Thigh Spasms

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 6, 2007
  • 04:46 AM

My husband has been having Thigh Spasms on a weekly bases. Actually, it is starting to occur every couple of days. What can I do to help? He fell of the couch screaming in agony and I had no clue how to help. What should I do? Is there something I can do? He won't let me touch him when he is in pain, I figured I could have tried to massage it out, but he swats me away and continues to scream.

If you know what I can do...PLEASE, email me at drteegarden@msn.com.
Thank you,

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  • His condition could be caused by a number of reasons. I'd first try to make him drink more water.(and i mean H2O pure;) ) Dehydration oftentimes causes cramps especially in the legs and would also increase viamin D, C and Potassium levels along with B6 & B12. A multivitamin should do the trick, and it is important to follow directions on the bottles because it is possible to overdose on some vitamins!!! A professional massage when he is not in pain would be of benefit also, as it increases the circulation and promotes self healing. I would make sure that the therapist is nationally certified and licensed though. (Some states do not require this and anybody can call himself a therapist there!) If that does not work I'd suggest a visit to the doctor to check for circulatory problems, nerve damage...etc.Hope that helps:) Nahamira
    nahamira 2 Replies
    • December 10, 2007
    • 08:59 AM
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  • Don't forget the magnesium!You might want to try a calcium, magnesium, zinc supplement. Make sure he's getting a multivitamin daily.Low magnesium can cause muscle spasms and cramps.http://www.acu-cell.com/bx2.htmlThis website gives complete descriptions of what each vitamin and mineral does and the symptoms of low/high doses of each.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 11, 2007
    • 00:07 AM
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  • Low Magnesium causes muscle spasms. Best way to take Magnesium is to take Homepathic Cell Salt called Magnesia Phos 6x. This way you don't have to worry about overdosing.
    Someguy 15 Replies
    • December 24, 2007
    • 10:19 PM
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