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    Quote Originally Posted by madg13 View Post
    I have tried bananas - I eat them fairly regularly, but don't seem to have much affect.
    I drink like a fish during the day normally - 5 x 500mls per day at least of water.
    I tried magnesium supplements but these didn't seem to make much difference, but I must admit, I wasn't very diligent at taking these.
    I don't like tonic - my wife does with copious amounts of gin though .
    Maybe I should give the magnesium another crack and if that doesn't work, might talk to the Dr just in case.
    Thanks for the advise guys.

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    1 regular high dose magnesium - works for most people
    2 PROTEIN after exercise - if you are doing exercise then stretching afterwards and cool down gets lactic acid out of muscles.Protein stop muscle aches next day.
    3 NO to Quinine - unsafe and doesn't work
    4 Make sure not side effect of diuretics etc - BP medications

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    Quote Originally Posted by madg13 View Post
    Hi Guys

    Just wondering if anybody has a magic cure for minimising or eradicating muscular cramps.
    I try to exercise on a daily basis (usually ride my bike to work etc) and I eat well balanced meals with very little processed foods and takeaways.

    However, nearly every night I suffer from bad cramps, mainly in my calves and feet, but sometimes also in my ribs and hammies.

    Quite often I will get really bad cramps when I am having sex and getting to the "good part" which often dampens things considerably as I am busy trying to get rid of cramps instead of finishing off.

    Any ideas out there?

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    My mother use to get a lot of cramps in her legs, now she doesn't have legs!! Both were amputated due to calcium clots forming in the arteries, of which the cramps where the first symptoms.

    See a doctor. Regular cramps are a sign something isn't right and requires medical intervention. Don't get sucked into the "heal thy self" and never see a doctor nonsense. At the very least a doctor can tell you what's actually wrong so you know what to fix instead of guessing and being wrong.

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    Hey Madg13,

    did you find something that worked in the end?

    I had cramp yesterday in the middle of my ride but managed to push through...

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    Not really.
    Having some water before I go to bed minimises it while I'm sleeping, but does mean that my aging bladder (referred to as the walnut) requires me to go to the toilet at ungodly hours of the morning.
    I still get it in my right leg when doing the deed though which is annoying. I am wondering if it stems from a back injury that caused nerve damage in that leg 5 years ago.
    Not sure if that would cause muscular cramps though. The Dr said Magnesium tablets but they don't help a lot.


    Quote Originally Posted by DanDare53 View Post
    Hey Madg13,

    did you find something that worked in the end?

    I had cramp yesterday in the middle of my ride but managed to push through...

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    ahh ok, will have to try that and the bananas (yuk) , as I am planning on upping my rides out on the bike in the near future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbert View Post
    You can get a magnesium oral spray from the chemist.
    - Works a treat...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanDare53 View Post
    Hey Madg13,

    did you find something that worked in the end?

    I had cramp yesterday in the middle of my ride but managed to push through...
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    I can honestly say that Potassium in the morning with breakfast and high-dose Magnesium (I use the powder) before bed will rid you of the cramping.

    Potassium helps with cardio / blood-flow to the muscles when exercising and the Magnesium really aids the muscle repair process while you sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboydownunder View Post
    I can honestly say that Potassium in the morning with breakfast and high-dose Magnesium (I use the powder) before bed will rid you of the cramping.

    Potassium helps with cardio / blood-flow to the muscles when exercising and the Magnesium really aids the muscle repair process while you sleep.
    In other words .. eat a banana for breakfast .. and make sure you swallow it as well.

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