Question by  nachocamacho44 (9)

What causes leg pain at night?


Answer by  annie52foof (1459)

It could be caused by a lack of circulation or a deficiency in your body such as calcium or other minerals. You should ask your doctor.

Reply by jackieh126 (0):
my oncologist recommended 1200 mg of calcium a day to aleviate this pain probably caused by the bone medication i take weekly to keep the bones from getting brittle...lots of women my age take such medication for our aging bones.  add a comment

Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

If you have arthritis, the positioning of your leg in the bed could cause pain. If you have a restless leg you could be suffering from a restless leg syndrome.


Answer by  SubhashChander (1773)

Sometimes it happens that the veins of the legs get overlapped while one is in sleep and that is why the leg pain at night but it is not usual.


Answer by  bash (1026)

It may be due to rheumatic or vericos vein complaint. Try a simple thing. Take half buck of hot water, put some quantity of common salt, dip both of your legs in this water and sit for half an hour or till the water become cold. Repeat this for few days and see whether your are getting relief.


Answer by  Anonymous

I have just recently found out what was causing leg pain, worse at night. Statins! Medications to control cholesterol! It can be very serious. Google- statins and leg pain - or -statin . myopathy! If you are taking cholesterol medication, YOU HAVE TO CHECK THIS OUT

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