Fibro Daily

Morton’s Neuroma on the Rise in Fibromyalgia

Fibro Daily October 1, 2012

Morton’s Neuroma is becoming more common among fibromyalgia patients. Both conditions occur more commonly in women than men. It is also more common in people with arthritis, Type II diabetes, HIV, and sleep disorders.

Morton’s Neuroma means that, “…a growth of tissue has developed over one of the nerves running from your feet into your toes.” If you suffer from this condition, it occurs any time you use your feet.

The connection between fibromyalgia and Morton’s Neuroma remains a mystery , but it is important to pay attention to the pain in your feet, and to seek out medical advice on how to decrease it.

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