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Bad foot and leg cramps, both knees replaced, lot of spider veins, various lumps not cancerous, drinking enough liquids. Any suggestions ?

i have real bad foot and leg cramps i also have ms and my gate is off and so is my balance and i have had both knees replaced and i work 32 hours a week all ind a row friday through monday in a busy establishment where i am constantly on my feet i drink 3-4 glasses of water a day eat at least one banana and have about 40 oz. of other liquid . i take a 20 m water-high blood pressure pill. i have a lot of spider veins also and i bruise easily on my upper thigh. i have various lumps not cancerous but they hurt me too all the time, i need some suggestions from sombody as dont get answers from local doctors please help 63 year old female that needs to work.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response

thanks for your question.

varicose veins can certainly contribute to leg cramps and so having your veins dealt with surgically may help.

narrowing of the arteries in the legs and narrowing of the spinal canal can also cause leg cramps. these cramps are usually claudicant in that they come on with activity and are relieved by rest.

stretching and a warm bath before bed can help and taking quinine sulphate or tonic water at bedtime (a source of quinine sulphate) may also be of benefit.

best wishes
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