Leg cramps occur due to a wide variety of causes. One important cause is menstruation. During menses, women lose a significant amount of blood. This results in loss of iron (from hemoglobin) and other minerals like potassium and magnesium. During heavy or prolonged menses (polymenorrhoea), this loss is even greater. Depletion of these vital minerals [...]Read More...
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