Does a lack of potassium cause muscle and joint pain?

Muscle cramps. Are a common symptom of low potassium levels; other mineral deficiencies (calcium, magnesium) can also cause similar symptoms.
Maybe. A potassium level has to be significantly low to cause these symptoms. Mild reductions do not.

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