Support/Compression stockings

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by cczub, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. cczub

    cczub New Member

    One of my chief complaints recently has been really sore legs. At night I wake up with what feels like charlie horses and durring the day they just "hurt".

    I was wondering if anyone has had success with pain reduction and less "tiredness" in you legs using them. I'm a guy so I don't know much about stockings at all but I'm willing to try anything at this point.
  2. LACurrry

    LACurrry New Member

    like it might be a good legs are one of my most painful areas most times....I used to wear light support hose when I worked and dressed did help. I might have to try this again.

    Let us know if you try them and if they help you at all. Thanks for reminding me of this!!
  3. dononagin

    dononagin New Member

    what do you have to lose?? I think it can't hurt.. might help... so why not?
  4. findmind

    findmind New Member

    Geez, you just reminded me that I used to wear support hose for my painful legs, and that they helped!

    Thank you, I'm going to buy some this week and put them on again.

  5. cczub

    cczub New Member

    I'm going to give them a shot... I looked around last night and they aren't cheap. I'm wondering what the diffence between the 15.00 and 30-50 pairs are!
  6. Calleigh

    Calleigh New Member

    Last year I got a prescription from my doctor for 4 pairs of compression stockings, and I forgot all about it! Brain fog, ya know!!!

    Now... I wonder where that prescription is. Hmmmmm.
  7. Mini4Me

    Mini4Me New Member

    Where is your pain in your legs? MIne was mostly in my calves, so I went to the local drugstore and bought two Mueller neoprene adjustable calf supports. They seem to help quite a bit and also add a bit of soothing warmth.

    Best of luck.

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