... terrible cramp [Legs, feet, hands, chest, neck, arms]
you need potassium
my doctor ordered routine lab blood draw to check potassium levels.
suggested dietary addition of potassium
and stated would be adding a potassium pill if my levels were too low.
specifically said to look for caring in fingers and feet
i know from anatomy class that low potassium can cause heart attacks
have potassium checked soon--- your symptoms sound beyond the first level of concern.
hope this helps.
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