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NWI_Irish96:
Have been very fortunate (so far) to not have kidney stones. When I was 24 I got hit by a car while riding a bike and fractured my Tibia right down by my ankle.

Had gastric bypass surgery this past February.

The two events were far apart so it's hard to judge which was more painful.

Max Rockatansky:

--- Quote from: US 89 on October 02, 2022, 10:14:43 PM ---This is going to sound weird, but most excruciating pain I've ever experienced has happened a few times and lasted about 15 seconds each time. It involves waking up in the middle of the night to either of my calf muscles contracting as hard as it can for no particular reason. Hurts like absolute hell...and then it's sore for the next several hours of trying to walk on it the next morning. A similar thing sometimes happens in my feet that I can best describe as feeling like my tendons are getting crossed over.

--- End quote ---

I had that happen my entire life on random occasion with my left leg.  I can stop the muscle spasms once I become coherent enough to realize what is actually happening.  Thatís a little easier said than done when they wake me up from a deep sleep.

Rothman:



--- Quote from: Max Rockatansky on October 02, 2022, 11:25:09 PM ---
--- Quote from: US 89 on October 02, 2022, 10:14:43 PM ---This is going to sound weird, but most excruciating pain I've ever experienced has happened a few times and lasted about 15 seconds each time. It involves waking up in the middle of the night to either of my calf muscles contracting as hard as it can for no particular reason. Hurts like absolute hell...and then it's sore for the next several hours of trying to walk on it the next morning. A similar thing sometimes happens in my feet that I can best describe as feeling like my tendons are getting crossed over.

--- End quote ---

I had that happen my entire life on random occasion with my left leg.  I can stop the muscle spasms once I become coherent enough to realize what is actually happening.  Thatís a little easier said than done when they wake me up from a deep sleep.

--- End quote ---

Don't point your toes.  I used to get cramps in my calves from stretching my legs out in bed.  Ever since I've kept myself from pointing my toes while stretching, the cramps have been much fewer in number -- almost all gone.

texaskdog:
I've been in 5 car accidents where my car got totaled but got lucky every time.  Had to be where I had to take a really bad dump and couldn't find an open toilet.

TheHighwayMan394:

--- Quote from: Rothman on October 02, 2022, 11:38:24 PM ---


--- Quote from: Max Rockatansky on October 02, 2022, 11:25:09 PM ---
--- Quote from: US 89 on October 02, 2022, 10:14:43 PM ---This is going to sound weird, but most excruciating pain I've ever experienced has happened a few times and lasted about 15 seconds each time. It involves waking up in the middle of the night to either of my calf muscles contracting as hard as it can for no particular reason. Hurts like absolute hell...and then it's sore for the next several hours of trying to walk on it the next morning. A similar thing sometimes happens in my feet that I can best describe as feeling like my tendons are getting crossed over.

--- End quote ---

I had that happen my entire life on random occasion with my left leg.  I can stop the muscle spasms once I become coherent enough to realize what is actually happening.  Thatís a little easier said than done when they wake me up from a deep sleep.

--- End quote ---

Don't point your toes.  I used to get cramps in my calves from stretching my legs out in bed.  Ever since I've kept myself from pointing my toes while stretching, the cramps have been much fewer in number -- almost all gone.

--- End quote ---

This has happened to me as well, though for my issues I suspected poor hydration may have factored.

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