5 questions from our users
my doctor has recommended crampeze for sore calves at night, what is the difference between crampeze and crampeze forte
Crampeze Night Cramps Forte is recommended for intermittent cramps.
Crampeze Night Cramps is recommended for long term use.
You can begin by using Forte and switch to Night Cramps for ongoing use.
They do have some differing ingredients so would be worth chatting to a pharmacist for your individual circumstances. Eg. Crampeze Night Cramps contains Ginkgo Biloba to support blood circulation to the peripheral areas of the body
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What is the difference between Crampeze Night Cramps Forte and the Capsule...I was using the Capsule and then switch to Forte as it is easy to swallow and no after taste...Thanks... Vic
The Crampeze Night Cramps Forte contain additional ingredients for additional benefits. There is a video on our website which outlines the difference - for example. we recommend Forte for intermittent/sports related cramps versus Night Cramps (regular/capsules) for chronic/long term.
You can find the video on this page: https://crampeze.com.au/products/crampeze-night-cramps-forte/
If capsule is preferred because it is easier to swallow then it can be switched for this reason however, under certain circumstances, we recommend consumers ascertain suitability with a health professional eg. in the case of pregnancy or if they have other existing health conditions.
Does crampeze forte make your urine bright yellow and urinate more frequently. I take two tablets at night, no pain but up 3or 4 times a night. Is this normal. Lorraine
Thank you for reaching out.
These symptoms would not be associated with the use of Crampeze. Please see your health care professional to discuss these concerns.
Just a question regarding Night Cramps forte.
Can these tablets be taken in conjunction with high strength magnesium nature's way?
The Crampeze Night Cramps Forte (and Crampeze Night Cramps) contain the recommended daily intake of magnesium. Unless you specifically need very high levels of magnesium, well over the RDI, you probably wouldn't be taking both together.
Please refer your question to your own healthcare professional as your circumstances may require specific levels of magnesium which we cannot comment on in a general forum.
Hope this is useful.
Thank you for reaching out.
I am a first time user. My cramps have got worse over the last two weeks. Should I start with the regular night cramps capsules or go to the forte straight away? thanks
Sorry to hear that you are battling with cramps.
As a general rule, we recommend that for a sudden onset of cramps, and as an initial user, you begin with the Forte tablets and if you are continuing on long term, you switch over to the night cramps capsules.
As always though, it is best to seek advise from a health professional.
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