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My wife has sore leg muscles, but all the medical tests she’s had have been inconclusive. Could it be menopause?

While leg pain can be aggravated by hormonal changes, the problem often has an underlying cause. The main causes of muscle pain (as opposed to joint pain) in the legs are: 

1. Poor venous circulation, which is typically accompanied by a feeling of heaviness in the legs, water retention, spider veins, varicose veins or hemorrhoids. In such a case, A.Vogel Venaforce Extra may prove useful. 

2. Lack of magnesium. Magnesium acts as a muscle relaxant and greatly relieves muscle cramps and pain. Health professionals typically recommend taking magnesium glycinate, 200 mg twice a day, as it’s the most easily absorbed form of magnesium. 

However, there could be other reasons for this, so it is best to get this checked out by the doctor too.

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