Pregabalin And Mecobalamin In Noctural Leg Cramps

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my wife suffers frequent leg cramps at night .I generally apply warmth.it is very distessing to her.I have given 1 tab pregabalin 75mg ,6 hours later ,on increasing severity of pain and spasm I gave her tizanidine 2 mg.what more or what should be ideal.she is diabetic and hypertensive taking metformin 2 gm ,glimeperide 3 mg and olmesarton 40mg.



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Verwon Says:

Since she is hypertensive, does she have a doctor that she sees regularly?

The Olmesartan may be causing her to be dehydrated, especially if she isn't careful about her fluid intake. Most such hypertension medications increase the volume of fluid output from the body.

Learn more Olmesartan details here.

Dehydration could cause those types of night time leg cramps.

Another issue could be if her potassium levels are too high or too low, that may also cause them.

Thus, rather than treating her yourself, she needs to see a doctor and have these things checked out.



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