Thanks for all these additional details.
I am sorry to hear about your problems.
Well, such symptoms could be related with related underlying medical issue, and have to thoroughly investigated by your primary doctor.
It sounds to be Peripheral neuropathy. This can occur with underlying medical condition and should be checked by doctor. Possible causes are-
-Hormonal disorder- like thyroid hormone imbalance
-Blood sugar disorder
-Liver/ Kidney disease
You need to get detailed clinical examination and blood work. This includes-
-Nerve conduction velocity (NCV) tests
-Blood sugar levels, thyroid function tests, liver/kidney function tests.
The line of treatment is selected according to the cause.
For the time, you can take Tylenol and try to rest on a firm surface. Also you can take Vitamin B complex supplements. Gentle stretching exercises should help too.
You should use a cold pack to relax tense muscles, and this will help in cramps. After this use a warm towel or heating pad later if you have pain or tenderness, you can take a hot bath.
Also massaging the cramped muscle will help in solving the problem.
You should gently stretch your leg and move your foot towards your knee, until you feel the calf muscles stretch.This will relax your leg muscles.
Also you should formulate an exercise routine and ensure that you build on it gradually.You should avoid alcohol, coffee,tobacco.
Dizziness, could be related with heart rhythm or brain problem but usually less often.
A thorough clinical examination and tests have to be done for precise diagnosis. You may have a issue with Inner ear (the inner ear is responsible for balance ) like Ménière disease. For the time, you can take Tab. Dimenhydrinate(Dramamine) for dizziness.It is OTC drug.
I would recommend that you visit your primary doctor for evaluation and get it managed.
Hope this helped
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