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Muscle spasms, pulsating sensation, had benign cystic rupture, weakness. What is wrong?

Hi, recently my left foot has been having some muscle spasms. My left pinky (on my left foot) sometimes has a pulsating feeling. Ever since I found out i had a benign cystic rupture, my left side of the body has been feeling sometimes weaker then my right side of the body. Also, my left leg sometimes has muscle cramps from walking. Do you know what I can take to get rid of my muscle spasms and cramps?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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you have weakness and muscle cramps on the left side of the body..
you have not mentioned about your age, any underlying conditions like diabetes and hypertension.. if you have these chronic diseases, get one ct scan for locating any intracranial lesions and see your neurologist..
if you dont have chronic diseases and you are young adult.. get serum calcium and magnesium done, hypocalcemia, hyponetremia and hypomagnesemia will lead to this problem.. see you physician for the correction of electrolytes..
wish you good health..
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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