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vibram komodo ´╗┐Does Fibromyalgia Make Your Feet Hurt Here's a symptom I really hate: waking up with my feet sore like I've been standing for hours, stepping on something and having it feel like I've been cut, and not being able to find shoes and socks that don't cause more pain. For about half of us, foot pain is a very real part of fibromyalgia. It wasn't one of my early symptoms, but it did creep up on me a couple of years in. It was mild at first, then got so bad that at times I couldn't stand touching a foot to the floor. However, if you've got foot pain, don't assume it's "just" a fibromyalgia symptom. Something else could be wrong, and the additional source of pain can rev up your nervous system and make fibromyalgia worse. To learn more about our foot pain and what else could be going on, see: January 3, 2014 at 4:51 pm (1) Kathy says:I had fibro for over 20 years, recently also diagnosed with primary sjogrens. The foot pain symptom only began about 2 years ago. It comes and goes, just like all my other regional symptoms. I have not figured out what causes or relieves it other than stretching. It is exactly as you described. It worse in the morning on first steps and after sitting for a while. The good news is that it goes away after about a month. January 3, 2014 at 5:28 pm (2) Dee says:I had fibro for 22 years now, and foot pain started about 5 yrs ago. Had X rays, blood tests for arthritis that didn show anything. Dr said it could be an anti inflammatory arthritis. Never mentioned it being caused by fibro. Offered nothing for pain and I haven found anything that helped and is getting worse. Left foot bottom bones under the last 3 toes. Right bottom of the big toe ball. I also have pain trouble with my ankles on and off. Having trouble finding shoes to wear for comfort. I am open to any ideas if anyone has some. Thanks January 3, 2014 at 5:48 pm (3) Gayle Brown says:My feet do hurt if I have been on them too long. They (along with my ankles) also swell really bad if I have been standing too long or sitting with my legs down instead of up (in my lazy boy recliner). They also are too hot all night long if I have eaten too many carbs during the day. Hot enough that it keeps me from being able to sleep. January 3, 2014 at 5:51 pm (4) Juli W says:My late husband sold shoes in the late 50 and early 60 He was a firm believer in making sure shoes fit properly. Shortly after we got together, he took me to a shoe store to get fitted for shoes. Since then, I don have as much of a problem with foot pain since my shoes fit my feet. Ask if the store has a Brannigan and a clerk who knows how to use it, or go to an athletic shoe store of them have people trained on how to fit shoes. Also, feet keep growing. Your feet will not be the same size at 20 as they are at 40. January 3, 2014 at 6:47 pm (5) blue says:I can only wear Birkenstock shoes Before that I was in horrible pain all over my body Now I can walk all the time and have very little pain Jaw /neck back legs and head All over Before that it was a struggle to do the shopping January 3, 2014 at 7:02 pm (6) Kathy says:I have had FM for 37 years. It ceases to amaze me of all the different symptoms we seem to have but no one in the research area can find a cure or at least something that will make us comfortable. Yes I have had foot pain off and on for about 5 years. I wake up in the morning with, as I describe, my feet feeling like I been walking on small rocks all night. I do have arthritis in my feet but its a different feeling from the rock feeling. All I can do to help is massage and stretch my feet, then I sit in the recliner feet up. Thank you, Kathy January 3, 2014 at 9:35 pm (7) Connie says:I been on full disability with fibro since Jan 2000. Foot pain has been a constant problem for me. I must be especially careful when I first stand up in the morning. The pain can be so intense as to make me unstable. The pain does lessen during the day but it is always with me. And yes sensible, well fitting shoes are essential! January 4, 2014 at 9:38 am (8) Dana says:Crocs may not look great but my feet love them. With regular shoes my feet swell and overheat. The ventilation and cushioning of the crocs is the best. January 4, 2014 at 10:16 am (9) Gert says:I went to my GP about this and we discussed it. She saw little point in referring me to a podiatrist because all they do is prescribe inner soles. She suggested that about five years of yoga should strengthen my core muscles and that should help the problem. January 4, 2014 at 10:42 am (10) Peggy McCoskey says:How go I get my Dr to listen? I have tried to talk to my Dr. about Fibromyalgia but I get no response. I have CFS also. I use a bipap at night that does not help with my fatique. I will try the suppelments that you suggest. I also have depression being treated for that is some better also multinodules on thyroid I have tested every 6 mths. along with OA in knees and lower back. Thank you PeggyMcCoskey