I can't say all of us with Fibro, but a lot of us have trouble with the heat. I know that I am. I can only say do what you can and maybe try ice for you feet. I will soak mine for a long as possible to help with the swelling.
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I have been having more trouble lately as well. I think it is related to the heat. The FM pain has increased and I have swelling in my hands & feet that I have not had since beginning SP program. I am hoping this will too go away!!
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I often tell people that my fibromyalgia isn't too bad; that I have more fatigue than pain, but that's slowly changing and I don't know why.
I actually have a bit more energy now (likely exercise and nutrition related) but I'm also hurting more. I have osteoarthritis in my feet - not my toes, but the joints in the feet - and they're really hurting. That I know is directly related to walking, etc, despite my good shoes. But I'm also hurting in my fingers, my muscles... it's discouraging.
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