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Tongue Muscle Cramps Symptoms
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
My symptoms include chronic dehydration regardless of the amount of fluids I take, severe frequent muscle cramps, frequent urination, low B/P, syncope?
Dehydration: Your symptoms indicate symptoexessive fluid loss & dehydration, it could be diabetes mellitus or more likely diabetes insepidus due to lack of antidiuretic hormone, you must ask your 1ry care physician to refer you to an endocrinologist to for evaluation & workup including routine U/A that might show very low spicific gravity in case of DI or increased sp gr with ketone in case DM ...Read more
Tremor and rigidity: Parkinson's symptoms include tremors (trembling in fingers, hands, arms, feet, legs, jaw, or head), rigidity (stiffness of the limbs and trunk, which may increase during movement), etc... Rigidity may lead to muscle aches and pain, and some people may describe muscle cramps. Of course, symptoms vary from person to person. A primary care doctor and a neurologist can help. ...Read more
Can I experience k def. Symptoms like strong heart beat, muscle cramps, hypoglycemic feeling, tiredness and sleepiness with k level 3.7?
Potassium: The level 3.7 would usually not be associated with those symptoms. ...Read more
Was switched from Prilosec to nexium (esomeprazole). Started having muscle cramps in legs and heartburn symptoms return Within two days. Can the nexium (esomeprazole) be cause?
Not likely: Because both meds work in very similar way, so side effects are also similar. Ask your doctor to look for other causes of your symptoms. ...Read more
Stretch, hydrate: Muscle cramps causes are not always well understood. A regular stretching routine of the muscles that cramp can help. Make sure you are hydrated well, drinking at least 64 oz. Of water daily. You need to add in electrolyte-containing beverages if a heavy sweater, particularly during exercise. Quinine has been shown to help some and is most easily found in tonic water. Try 1-2 glasses/day. ...Read more
A possible cause: One of the most common symptoms of varicose veins and venous incompetence is leg cramps. As much as 65% of the time, people with varicose veins will have leg cramps. Although there are many other possible causes, as others have said, if you have any visible veins in your legs, you should see a venous specialist (phlebologist) for help. Tired muscles or an an electrolyte imbalance can be a cause. ...Read more
H20: Make sure you are getting enough water. Also consider a banana as that helps. ...Read more
Let me try to help: Muscules cramps at night have many causes, we have to try to find the reason, if we can not her some view tips. Activities that might help prevent night leg cramps include, drinking plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration, wearing shoes that have proper support, stretching your leg muscles, or riding a stationary bicycle, for a few minutes before you go to bed. Good luck thanks. ...Read more
Rarely: Cramping can sometimes be caused by low potassium. This is probably most likely to happen if you are taking a diuretic. Bananas have potassium, but not a lot of it. In order to replace the potassium you might lose from a diuretic with bananas you need to eat a few every day. If you are not on a diurectic, low potassium probably isn't an issue for you and bananas won't help. ...Read more
Yes: Cramps are very common but can arise for many different reasons. There are simple treatments once properly diagnosed, but you will have to see a physician to determine your cause. ...Read more
Warm down.: Make sure you warm down at least for 1/2 the time it took for you to warm up. Never go from a run immediately to walking. Gentle stretching afterwards helps too. Remember to stay hydrated! ...Read more
Cholesterol: Muscle aches and cramps are common side effects of statin drugs. ...Read more
Cramps: Cramps are extremely painful. The muscle contracts and is unable to relax. They happen suddenly and not really related to specific activities. Aches are associated w over working or exercising. ...Read more
Calcium: I have had the same cramps after hiking, Tums (calcium carbonate) helped tremendously. You need to stay hydrated while working out! ...Read more
Not normal: To have cramps on those area is not normal, do you do hard physical work or computer type a job, are healthy other wise, if the answer for the questions was no, please check it out, if yes do stretching exs for you back and legs. Good luck thanks. ...Read more
Stretching: Maintenance of normal tissue through stretching and massage; eat a high carbohydratre meal 2-3 hours before exercise. Also ingest adequate fluid, carbohydrates and electrolytes. There are no proven strategy for prevention of exercise induced cramps but regular muscle stretching and maintaining good posture might help. ...Read more
I get muscle cramps on my leg while getting up in the morning. How do I stop them from occurring?
See your PCP: For evaluation, labs and diagnosis followed by the appropriate treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
I have muscle cramps at night in the calf and it is extremely painful. Is there any way to treat this.
Yes: First, see your physician for a thorough history and physical examination. If other diagnoses have been ruled out (blood clots, gastroc muscle strains, etc.) than certain medications can be very helpful. Best of Luck! ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more