Aches and Pains, Exercise and Sports


A year-round soccer player, my daughter experiences severe calf cramps. Is this because she metabolizes things differently as a diabetic or just a regular overuse, not-stretching-enough issue?

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My teen daughter is a year-round soccer player, training every day for several hours. During games, she experiences severe calf cramps, requiring her removal from the game until they subside. Is this because she metabolizes things differently as a diabetic or just a regular overuse, not-stretching-enough issue?

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