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I was expecting some good results as I went for my acupuncture appointment with Sophia. I had been waking 4 to 5 times a night with bad leg cramps. Following my session with Sophia last week, I had the best night’s sleep that I have had in a long time. I had no leg cramps for several days. I couldn’t believe it!!! I’m going for another acupuncture appointment with Sophia today!!!.
Leg Cramps was last modified: January 14th, 2017 by Maryam Noorivaziri
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