Anyone have cramps in their toes?

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by lvjesus, Jun 1, 2006.

  1. lvjesus

    lvjesus Member

    Or am I the lone ranger??
  2. UnicornK

    UnicornK New Member

    You're not alone!

    I have found that when I get low in magnesium or potassium, I get cramps in my toes or feet.

    Could that be your problem?

    I hope whatever it is, is easy to correct.

    God Bless.
  3. morningsonshine

    morningsonshine New Member

    I get cramps, burning, and sometimes stabbing like pain.
  4. TxSongBird

    TxSongBird New Member

    due to my water pill so I know my toe and feet cramps are not caused by low potassium, but my feet burn and the tops of them actually hurt if you press on them. I was told that this too can be caused by the Fibro.

  5. lvjesus

    lvjesus Member

    I have some potassium at home I could add to my meds.

    I also get that feeling in my feet like the skin draws up when I sit and my bones have to stretch them back out when I get up.

    You think our skin shrinks like that??? LOL

  6. dleaning

    dleaning New Member

    I was going to post this question!! The tops of my feet also hurt too especially when I wear shoes. My ankles also hurt where the shoes end too. Is there any part of the body that is not affected by this dreaded disease? I just can't take it anymore....

  7. mimilove

    mimilove New Member


    Yes!!!! So far mostly in my left foot, it comes and goes. Hurts really bad; like a schocking, throbbing feeling. I don't have to be doing anything.

  8. TxSongBird

    TxSongBird New Member

    I was beginning to think I was nuts, because I am always complainging about my feet hurting, whether when wearing good shoes or wearing socks at home. I feel like my feet weigh hundreds of pounds and they burn and pull.

  9. Lalania1970

    Lalania1970 New Member

    I get craps in toes feet & calves. When I do I go to frig and grab the dill pickle juice and take a great big swig and it does the trick!!!
  10. TxSongBird

    TxSongBird New Member

    due to hypertension and swelling due to the hypertension.


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