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    Senior Member zagam's Avatar
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    619 magnesium and vit B? but gin and tonic sound better. I sometimes take PKs to break the cycle.

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    Senior Member drew82586's Avatar
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    I cant stomach tonic water. My mom worksin a nursing home, and said they take theirs with lemon juice... I cant get over the bitterness of the tonic... my legs are so jumpy at night anymore.
    I have more to claim.
    I have to fight through the hard places
    to go and get it!

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    Night cramps that some people have (esp. as they age) are different from the spasticity or spasms seen in people with SCI. I have seen no evidence that quinine is helpful for spasticity in SCI.


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    Senior Member alan's Avatar
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    For those where marijuana can be legally obtained, I noticed that the one time I tried a pot brownie in 1985 to try find some pain relief (it didn't help, it actually heightened my perception of the pain that I had), my muscles were almost completely loose. I didn't have bad spasms, but my legs would normally spasm some when I was moved, or sometimes when the sheet moved over them, but that didn't happen after the brownie.

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    Yes, marijuana has been shown to be effective in a number of studies related to SCI neuropathic pain and spasticity. If you can get it legally, that can be an advantage, since you won't get a "get out of jail free" card if you are caught in possession in a state where it is not legal just because you are in a chair.


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