Hello from JA
YOu have to look at all causes
Magnesium is often relatively deficient, and potassium will not help as long as this is the case.
Problems in the lower spine can do this, and a structural evaluation and even an MRI need to be done. The correct physical therapy
can correct this in many cases, not all.
Circulation in the legs needs to be checked.
In many cause the cause is not clear.
So, if your doctor is stumped, have a magnesium level drawn, it should be 2.5 or higher, lower than that can be a relative deficiency even if in the normal range.
Have the circulation in your legs checked.
Have your lower spine checked, even if you see a specialist.
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