I have been experiencing Calf Muscle Spasms/Cramping in both of my legs for about 2 years now. I've seen my doctor and he checked my Circulation, which he says is fine but i continue to get them. Nights are the worst for me. Waking up or just trying to get to sleep is hard because my Calves will Spams/Cramp and i just can't get the sleep i need. I do not know what to do. I sleep with a Pillow under my knees now (which somewhat helps but not always) and when i get them i try to either Massage the area or just get up and try to Stretch it out. There have been times when I'm not even in bed just sitting and you can actually see it. It looks like something's bubbling under my skin. I do take a Statin for my Cholesterol. I get all of the Calcium, Magnesium daily through Supplements. I am seriously at a loss right now as to what else that i can do. If anyone has advice it will be greatly welcomed and appreciated. I'm not sure if the doctors can even help me. Thank you! View Thread
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