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Does potassium gluconate help with night leg cramps?

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12 Oct 2010

It is thought that low levels of calcium, potassium and magnesium cause leg cramps. So yes, potassium gluconate may help. It is also a good idea to take calcium and magnesium supplements with it.

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12 Oct 2010

yes it does,and if you take calcium or mangesium with that was better to conclusion.

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