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You can try vitamin B12 which has been found to be effective for nerves damaged by "diabetic neuropathy".
You can take shots of vitamin B12 initially under the guidance of your GP .
However, vitamin B12 cannot reduce the pain of leg cramps, you will have to take a prescription medicine like neurontin (gabapentin
). This drug is currently used for treating nerve related pain including diabetic neuropathy.
You should also undergo nerve conduction studies (NCV) to estimate the extent of nerve damage due to diabetes.
An ultrasound of the leg arteries and veins will help your physician to know if there are additional causes for the leg cramps like a "blood clot in the vein" (DVT) which could be associated with diabetes.
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