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    Cramps in my leg and feet - could they be related to my autoimmune diseases?

    I get a lot of cramps in my legs and feet all year round but it seems worse in winter and happen any time of day and sometimes they can just ach at night in the shins what will cause these am I missing any supplements or could they be related to my autoimmune diseases that I have.
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    Peta Tauchmann

    Credentialled Diabetes Educator (CDE), Diabetes Educator, Registered Nurse

    I have a special interest in Type 1 Diabetes, optimising insulin therapy and Insulin pump therapy. I focus on the private sector including private clinics and consulting roles.   My … View Profile

    There are many reasons why you might experience cramps in your legs and feet.  It can be as simple as too little water taken or a nutrient deficiency caused by dietary imbalance. 
    As you have an ongoing problem and say you have autoimmune diseases, you should consult a doctor about the cause of your cramping. 

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