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... If you are it is most likely a magnesium deficiency. Magnesium counterbalances calcium preventing calcium to rush into the cell and activating the nerve in the muscle. ... (8 replies)
... It could also be a magnesium deficiency that works in conjunction with calcium for muscles contractions. ... (8 replies)
... mag supplement cause magnesium is needed for the calcium to be assimilated properly. Plus, a magnesium deficiency could cause problems. ... (8 replies)

... I just realized this is an old post....but just in case someone else is reading it with same symptoms.... My nightly calf muscle cramps were from lack of potassium. As long as I take plenty of potassium, the cramps stay away, but a couple days away from potassium, they come right back. Other people seem more helped by's the muscle "relaxer". I always... (8 replies)
... ike PA you do not have to be anemic to have B12 deficiency.........I was extremely deficient and never had this problem as I was not anemic although I was low in iron common with B12 def.... ... (4 replies)
... om my original post, but i noticed that you have commented often on posts related to vitD, so i'm wondering if you might be knowledgeable about vit D creating an iron deficiency? ... (5 replies)
... I've also read that an iron deficiency can cause this. I second the magnesium though. ... (4 replies)
... I don't think I have the kind of in depth information you seek. My understanding is that calcium may affect iron absorption but, it seems, only a very low effect at that. ... (5 replies)
... I will mention the magnesium test to the doc, and I am not taking any calcium. ... (46 replies)
Vit D deficient
May 6, 2012
... but overall, those 6 little points have REALLY improved how well my brain is working...the physical symptoms of the deficiency are still tough sometimes. my PCP said that improving by 6 points in 3 months if very good progress. ... (5 replies)

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