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What can i use for cramps in my body?

I get the cramp in my body when i move a certain way

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Muscle could be in spasm . You may need to seek advice from a professional like an Osteopath.

Posted on Oct 10, 2021

  • Joe Russell Oct 10, 2021

    I am taking Magnesium tablet 2 by Mouth 3 times daily



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