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Severe cramping of both lower legs,calf muscles, prone to hemachromatosis. Is this an associated symptom?

over the past six months or so I have been experiencing severe cramping of both lower legs - especially the calf muscles - my doctor has suggested Varicose veins , fallen arches, or a back problem - which recent xray did not prove. However, I was told some time back by my doctor that I was prone to hemachromatosis and I am now wondering if this is an associate symptom. I am sixty four/female
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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Cramping of legs is a very non specific symptoms. It may or may not be associated with Hemochromatosis. Many of Hemochromatosis patients do not have any symptoms but usual symptoms are joint pains, weakness.

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