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muscle Cramps after recovering from natural healing of a herniated disc

hello all, i've been doing better with my L5-s1 herniated disc with swimming andbeing active and reached up to 80% of natural healing , till suddenly i started having heavy cramps in my left leg, especially in the morning.
i cant sit and cant lay down on my back,also cramps goes on and on, and in the morning, i struggle to stand up, for like 10-20 mins until everything turns fine, as if i have nothing. and can walk or even stand up for 10 hours or walk or anything,
till i get back home and start struggling again with cramps.
any hint of how to get rid of these cramps or even make them less painfull? any iea would be appreciated.
thank you.
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  • sandisandi Posts: 6,269
    edited 06/18/2014 - 5:35 AM
    Your potassium levels may be low. Quinine water also helps. It may be that you have a pinched nerve that is contributing to the muscle cramps as well. Stretching excercises, and topical creams for muscle spasms and cramps also may be helpful.
  • Thank you so much sandi for your reply. highly appreciated.
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