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Posted by: Michelle | 2011/01/25

Cramps

What does it mean when you gets cramps in the front area of the leg?? I thought you only get cramps in the calf area

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Hallo Michelle
You can get cramps in any muscle and there are muscles in the front of the leg on both sides of the tibia bone. It could be due to low calcium or magnesium or overexertion.
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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2011/01/25

Hallo Michelle
You can get cramps in any muscle and there are muscles in the front of the leg on both sides of the tibia bone. It could be due to low calcium or magnesium or overexertion.
dr Bets

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