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Toes curling under, extreme pain

Over the past 6 month I have benn getting toe and leg cramps. They are getting worse and extremely painful. My 2 middle toes move on their own when I am in bed or resting then start to turn under. My food follows twisting to the side then I get extreme pain up my calf. What is this. I have not told a doctor thinking it would go away
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987762 tn?1331027953
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I'm not sure if your aware but you've posted your question in the MS community,   this link may help in explaining this to you.......

http://www.foot-pain-explored.com/foot-cramps.html

Cheers...........JJ
1831849 tn?1383228392
As JJ mentioned, we are an MS focused bunch :-)

If you are diagnosed with MS, or suspect it for other reasons, wha you describe can be spasticity, neuropathic pain or a combination of the two. Both can be MS related.

In any case I would suggest that you see your doctor.

Kyle
352007 tn?1372857881
I'll reiterate what Kyle and JJ said.  Go see your doctor if this continues.  He/she can run some blood tests to ensure you're not deficient minerals or vitamins ie:  Magnesium, Calcium, etc.  

If you're diagnosed with MS as Kyle says...etc.

Good luck

Lisa

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