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    Quote Originally Posted by amante View Post
    In other words .. eat a banana for breakfast .. and make sure you swallow it as well.
    LOL... you're quite good at that I hear. No gag reflex either!

    Fuckit - I'm off down the road for a beer
    (we should have a punting bar - where we can all meet up every now and then for a pint)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboydownunder View Post
    LOL... you're quite good at that I hear. No gag reflex either!

    Fuckit - I'm off down the road for a beer
    (we should have a punting bar - where we can all meet up every now and then for a pint)
    We have one in Welly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboydownunder View Post
    LOL... you're quite good at that I hear. No gag reflex either!

    Fuckit - I'm off down the road for a beer
    (we should have a punting bar - where we can all meet up every now and then for a pint)
    We used to have one .. The Establishment. Now Shooters in Eden Terrace.

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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.

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    IMHO if on any heart or BP type meds best check with GP before taking potassium. Likewise if sense any light headedness onset with it. Think if a quality mag does not offer answer taken at night try to tell doctor what region / type of cramp it is, maybe other things need investigation.

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    I have the same issue with cramp, either comes on during sex or middle of the night.

    Now trying some magnesium tablets as suggested by my doc to see if it helps.

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    Pickle Juice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_duck View Post
    Pickle Juice.
    Hope that's not from the duck pond. IMHO think you watch a bit of Sport, know Aussie colloqual reference to the Gatorade type base is the juice and added minerals being the pickle. Tend to be used late in League games when cramping period occurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number 6 View Post
    I have the same issue with cramp, either comes on during sex or middle of the night.

    Now trying some magnesium tablets as suggested by my doc to see if it helps.
    So I have suffered from severe and extremely painful cramps since I started having hair grow in funny places and developed strange feelings and urges for women.
    After almost 20 years of it and having tried every preventative/cure that my doctor, nutritionist, herbalist, naturopath and witch doctor could summon. Still I am semi regularly woken from sleep or if I am lucky awake to feel the initial tweak, with extreme pain and cramp in my calves or inner thighs.
    After numerous tests and and pains apparently I have a condition called Night Cramps which as several medical professionals have stated, has no known cure. Just have to make sure to keep hydrated, rested and avoid over doing things causing muscular fatigue.

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