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Nausea And Leg Cramps
Last M. Period 07/01/14. + ovulation test 10/17/14. Since yesterday having bad nausea, left leg cramps, dizziness, headache and gas. Neg preg test?
What to do for a scorpion bite? Symptons since have been feeling weak. Loss of appetite, nausea, cold sweats, leg cramps, feverish
2yrs on mirena (levonorgestrel) but have nausea tired and leg cramps little to no period last month. Usually my period is heavier, Could I be pregnant?
Back pain, nausea, leg cramps, feet numb & tingling, bloated stomach, acne uncomfortable to sleep, weight gain, always drinking & etc. Am I OK?
A VARIETY OF SYMPTOMS:
HOW LONG HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON.
IF YOU HAD ALL THESE FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS, PLEASE SEE YOUR DOCTOR.
DO YOU TAKE ANY MEDICINES? ...Read more
Hi, I'm worried that I might have yellow fever. My symptoms: cold&normal fever, nausea, leg cramps, tiredness, upset tummy, blood in feces, runny nose?
Almost 36w pregnant, nausea followed by vomiting, lower leg cramps, tummy tightening, and back pain... Plus constant heartburn. Labor? Flu?
I get. Migraines, stomach pain, upper back/neck pain, nausea, cold chills, dizziness, leg cramps and had some diarrhea. Since I had my baby a month ago.
The dr thinks im pregnant but to early no birth control leg cramps nausea gasy ureinate more cramps in vagina?
Possible: Urine and blood tests typically are positive around the time of the first missed period. Leg cramps aren't typically a sign of pregnancy, but nausea, needing to urinate more often, breast tenderness, and fatigue typically are. You should do a repeat pregnancy test in a few days to a week. If you don't want to be pregnant and aren't pregnant currently, birth control is a good idea. ...Read more
I've been having nausea during eating, getting the runs after, bloating afterwards, dry feet, gas, frequent urination, leg cramps, and headaches.
Not the flu. Plz help. Nausea, migraine, dizziness, cold chills, stomach pain, leg cramps. Had this since I had my baby a month ago plz help me no meds help?
Don't worry: You need to drink plenty of water and eat very well with vitamin ...Read more
Doxycycline for sinus/ear infection, doc out of town now. Giving me bad leg cramps & reflux & nausea, what should I do?
Sensation of blood flow throughout my whole body. Dizziness, nausea. Sinus, pressure in my head, leg cramps on both legs, neck pain with muscle spasm, stuffy nose, different warmness leg feeling.?
Don't know: There is no way a forum like this can sort this out. Talk to your gp. He/she will take a full history, do an exam, order appropriate tests and refer you to a specialist if needed. ...Read more
Still no period cramps sore breast colostrum in breast leg cramps nausea acne pee a lot oh 2 days late clear mucus light pain in vagina. Could I be pre?
Possibly: Check a pregnancy test. If it is negative and your period doesn't come check again in 4-5 days. ...Read more
Had my period two days late and lasted only three days. Normally lasts 4-5. was very red andless than normal flow. Hve headache, nausea, leg cramp?
Anovulatory bleeding: Pregnancy is always on the list of possibilities when a woman has abnormal uterine bleeding or cycles. You may be having anovulatory cycles (cycle without producing an egg from the ovary). If a urine pregnancy test is negative, I would recommend evaluation by your gynecologist, and treatment will depend on the cause of the abnormal bleeding and your current short-term pregnancy goals. ...Read more
More information is needed to help you appropriately.
If there is a reason for you to consider possibility of pregnancy, take a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Leg pain I have leg cramps often, sometimes very painfull. One night I was up all night. About 4am I heard a pop and unberable pain for a few min. S the cramp didnot stop for 2 days.
Leg cramps occur frequently and awaken many people. They are sometimes related to circulation problems, wearing high heeled shoes, spending a lot of time sitting and other activities that shorten the calf muscles. Doctors used to prescribe quinine for the cramps but fda no longer approves of this use. A paper in the new england journal of medicine about thirty years ago suggested leg stretches at bed-time. Stand up against the wall with one foot in front of the other and bend the front knee while keeping the back knee stiff. This stretches the gastrocnemius muscle in the back of the leg. I usually suggest calcium/magnesium tablets as well. If the cramps are in the front and back of the leg at the same time, I usually push hard on the cramped area to make the cramp stop. If you try to stretch one muscle out, the other uscle will cramp more. You may have popped some of the fibers with a severe cramp. The reason it lasted so long was that you may have had some bleeding into the muscle causing irritation. Depending on your age it also would be wise to see your doctor for blood work to check for inbalance of salts in your blood or abnormalities in calcium levels.
Good luck in resolving this really common and annoying problem. ...Read more
Possibly: High doses of Hydrocortisone et al. May be associated with lowered serum calcium, potassium, & magnesium levels, which may lead to leg cramps. The condition is usually self-limiting & requires no treatment (unless the steroid is continued). However, mineral supplementation (calcium citrate, potassium citrate, magnesium) may ease the discomfort. ...Read more
Vessels and nerves: If there is intermittent circulation going to a muscle, it is not going to be "fed" properly and the efficiency in the muscle function may be compromised. Twitching is plausible and can result in cramping. Talk to your PCP and a consult with a vascular specialist may be needed, especially if you have other medical history, like diabetes. ...Read more
See your doctor:
Leg cramp warrant a medical evaluation as they can be caused from some serious conditions- your md will look for dvt, etc
the high load of protein usually causes stomach cramps or GI distress, however it is possible for the very high load of protein to cause some leg cramps as well. A sports nutritionist can help you to calculate the appropriate amount of supplements needed. ...Read more
Restless leg syndrom: Are you describing uncomfortable need to move around, maybe pins & needles or bugs crawling, that's relieved once you get out of bed? Or true muscle cramp, presumably in calf? Former might be restless leg syndrome while latter might be due to electrolyte imbalance. Talk to your family doctor in more detail. S/he can order some simple blood tests & offer some options. Not sure what's in singapore. ...Read more
Maybe: All statins including zocor (simvastatin) can cause muscle pains, usually proximal muscles such as thighs or arms, and usually bilaterally. If you have this, check your ck blood test with your primary care doctor to rule out a more serious complication and try to stop it to see if the symptoms disappear - they always do in case of statin associated muscle pain within 1-2 weeks of stopping the medication. ...Read more
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