It is only pain cream that gives me relief from severe cramps in my feet and ankles. I hope that I can buy it again most times I can hardly walk my toes are bent. I do hope u can help me I walk on cold floors for long time no sooner I am back in bed then I have cramp again.
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Hi I have a damaged perennial nerve from a post operation 6 years ago, and have been getting bad cramps, which occurs a lot
starting from my toes to the back of my calves. Will a crampeze gel help ease the pain.
riding in a car is very uncomfortable and I need to get out and walk around.
Thank you for contact us.
Crampeze Gel will most likely provide temporary symptomatic relief.
You could also try Crampeze Forte Tables. I can't confirm that these will work but they may be helpful.
Is the copper in Crampeze dangerous when used long term ?
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Your question has been posted on the page referring to Crampeze Gel - please note the Crampeze Gel has no copper content.
If you are referring to our other Crampeze products - the capsules and tablets, these have recently been reformulated and whilst the old formulations for these products have homeopathic copper, the new formulations do not.
Please be in contact if you require any further information.
I know it said not to use while pregnant but the pharmacy did allow me to buy it knowing I am pregnant. Would it be safe to use? If so how effective is it as I suffer really badly from restless legs and am losing a lot of sleep. There's only so much I can take with little sleep especially with a toddler.
Crampeze Gel contains Menthyl Salicylate which is contra-indicated during pregnancy which is why our Gel says not to use during pregnancy. It is also not indicated for restless legs. Our advise would be to speak with your healthcare professional regarding their advise in relation to Crampeze Night Cramps Capsules which contain copper which is traditionally used to relieve symptoms of tired legs, restlessness & spasms during sleep. For your reference and that of your healthcare professional, Crampeze Night Cramps Capsules also do not contain ingredients which are contra-indicated during pregnancy however, as a company we always advise that each person's situation is different and the advise of a healthcare professional is to be sought.
Sincerely hope you find some relief and get some sleep.
Thank you for your response so quickly. I hope I can get some sleep myself. So in other words I'm best to ask my dr/midwife about using crampeze gel first and not the pharmacy? As the pharmacy knows I am pregnant and still allowed me to purchase the item
Apologies for the late response. Your reply was missed. Maybe you already have your answer.
1. Our Gel is not recommended during pregnancy, hence the warning on the pack.
2. The advice above is to speak to your doctor / midwife in relation to the Crampeze Night Cramp Capsules.
A pharmacist should also be able to offer general advice but your own dr / midwife would know your circumstances better.
All the best.
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