Speaking of feet, does anyone get these annoying, painful cramps? If I point my toe into my shoe...cramp or otherwise. The areas between the bones actually feel "gushy" or "squishy" during these cramp times. Not sure if it is caused by RA or Diabetes or both. I fill a hot water bottle 3/4 with hot water and roll my feet back and forth on it while standing which seems to work.
I also get cramps in my fingers and thumbs when reading a book or newspaper. I don't think it is trigger finger because they clamp against the other finger. My fingers do not clamp down and lock on my palms.
My hands, I just put in warm water and massage them. No lack of potassium here. Thanks.
Type 1 Diabetes - Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA) - Asthma - Raynauds - other stuff
Folic Acid - Fosavance - Methotrexate - Tramadol - Pantoloc(as irritation preventative) - Levemir - Indomethacin - Salbutamol - Actemra - Prednisone - Humalog - Fluconazole - Systane Ultra - Aspirin(81 mgs.) - depo Medrol injection - One A Day Multi Vit. - Cod Liver Oil Capsules - other otcs
Post Edited (msOuchie) : 3/28/2012 11:21:05 AM (GMT-6)