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  1. well the benadryl works. i also found cramp911 which i keep handy and works great on the cramps that i get on the side of my legs. I ran out of benadryl and use off brand and it did not work . only capsules or liquid works best.
  2. Well my husband been trying to find some stuff for my legs when a pharmacist at a cvs ask if he could help him and he told him what i was going through and the pharmacist told him his wife was going through the same and he had her take benadryl 2 capsules before bed.   I am trying this tonight. I get leg cramps every night, i get them on the side of the leg and that hurts the most. i get it in the feet and toes and calf of course them not to bad.
  3. how do i repost i have been looking and have found how to. I am new here and don't know what i am doing yet. thanks pam
  4. okay thank you,
  5. thank you so much,
  6. Leg Cramps

    I have been gluten free for 5 months and i have been having problems with bad leg cramps. I have read some where that was cause of gluten free diets. Has anyone had that problem? I have started taking magnesium, i read that it would help. It has a little. I still have leg cramps just not as bad. I have read that you need to take vitamins if going gluten free. would like to know if and what anyone takes. thanks pam