The same study reported that 91% experience pain in the neck and 79% in the hip. It is necessary to pay attention to this problem, since the pain may be in the feet affecting the gait, and this can have a detrimental effect on the spine, hips and knees.
If you have fibromyalgia and pain in the foot, this can be a great pain. It may seem impossible to find socks (socks) and shoes that can be worn throughout the day.
Then, some readers described pain in the feet:
“The sole of my feet is burning”. This type of pain appears and disappears again, sometimes takes a few months. ”
“When I pulse at certain points on my feet, they seem like impulses of pain that cause an electric shock.”
I have episodes of pain in my feet, I’m sorry, even though I have bare feet on the floor. Everything only gets worse. It not only hurts the feet, but also the instep.
It is possible that the pain in the foot is caused by fibromyalgia. Our nerves are very sensitive. Pain in the foot, however, can be associated with various diseases:
syndrome Myofascial pain syndrome
Foot pain may have a completely different origin and may not even be related to fibromyalgia. You may have suffered an injury or one of these problems:
plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the fascia)
The pressure of a sciatic nerve or another
if you have severe pain in the foot suffering that lasts more than a few days, you should go to your doctor, he can recommend the appropriate treatment.
If it seems that the pain in the foot is not relieved by fibromyalgia due to medical treatments, you must find a way to control the pain.
Some people with fibromyalgia help them
soft cushioned sneakers
socks for diabetic
Soak feet in Epson’s salts
soft piece soft
Orthoses (all those elements to correct any movement or abnormal position, defective body)