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On microgynon, lead a healthy lifestyle, get gentle fluttering in calf, light pulsing. Cause?

Gentle fluttering in upper left calf . 27 year old, relatively healthy female. Work full time in a desk job, walk, eat well, don t smoke or drink very much. Have been on microgynon30 for about 7 years. It doesn t hurt nor is it constant, it just comes and goes, more noticable at night. It s almost a pulsing, but very light. I can t see anything, no colour change or swelling .
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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I have studied your case.
calf flutter can be reduced by
Massaging the leg muscle with your hands or oil
Drinking plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration
Stretching your leg muscles or riding a stationary cycle.
Taking diet rich in calcium and potassium or oral supplements of the same
Check your vit B12 and Vit D 3 levels.

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Wishing you good health.

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Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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