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This Guy Has One Of The Most Horrific Looking Calf Cramps Ever

This Guy Has One Of The Most Horrific Looking Calf Cramps Ever

Cramps are the bane of everyone's existence, especially if you've just finished the gym or if you're in an awkward position which you can't get out of.

According to the NHS: "Leg cramps can occur for no apparent reason, known as idiopathic leg cramps, or as a symptom or complication of a health condition, known as secondary leg cramps."

Pregnancy, exercise, certain types of medication and liver disease can also spark a cheeky cramp. But while we might feel the pain of a thousand suns burning into our flesh when the cramp takes hold, no one else can really see what's happening.

However, this one gentleman has posted one of the scariest, creepiest, and painful looking cramps in existence.

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In the video Angel Bermudez says: "This is what a cramp looks like," under gritted teeth.

For starters, it's worth noting that his calf is absolutely massive. But his muscles contracting and constricting makes for some gross footage.

After uploading the video yesterday, it's already been viewed by more than nine million people with 103,000 shares. Many viewers, like myself, mentioned how I think Angel would be better off standing up and stretching the calf as opposed to watching it twist and turn. But he insists he did that but it didn't help the situation.

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It looks like the monster from Alien is about to burst out of his leg. Angel says the cramp lasted for about 10 minutes and hurt like hell.

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If you experience a cramp, the NHS recommends: "Stretch your calf muscles, stand with the front half of your feet on a step, with your heels hanging off the edge. Slowly lower your heels so that they are below the level of the step. Hold for a few seconds before lifting your heels back up to the starting position. Repeat a number of times."

Surprisingly, three out of four cases occur at night time.

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Angel Bermudez

Topics: Gross, Weird

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