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    Muscle cramps

    I want to know what someone who is lacking in order for the muscles to cramp up? I have been getting a really bad abdominal cramp and it leaves me in so much pain. How can I relieve this ?

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    The kind from training or intestinal distress?

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    there is a diff between cramps and pumps

    if you are getting pumps while doing ab work then well.. that is normal. that is lactic acid buildup and isn't a bad thing. breathe and deal with the pain
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    Cramping or a pump? only your stomach? no shoulder or neck cramp? I used to have some cramps on dbol, took taurine and drank more water, it made it easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by gynoslayer141 View Post
    I want to know what someone who is lacking in order for the muscles to cramp up? I have been getting a really bad abdominal cramp and it leaves me in so much pain. How can I relieve this ?
    As your post pertains to muscle cramps, it would be potassium that someone suffering from such cramps lacks.

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    Muscle cramps are usually due to a magnesium deficiency
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    Are you using any type of PED?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gynoslayer141 View Post
    I want to know what someone who is lacking in order for the muscles to cramp up? I have been getting a really bad abdominal cramp and it leaves me in so much pain. How can I relieve this ?
    Usually muscle cramps are caused by dehydration or electrolyte imbalance but what you described there doesn't sound quite like that.
    It sounds more like exercise-related transient abdominal pain (ETAP). Check out this study.

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