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Why am I getting Thigh Muscle Pain when I wake up in the morning?
I am a 24 year old female with fibromyalgia.I manage it pretty well and I don't know if this is connected but sometimes after a good night's sleep, I'll wake up with muscle pain. It's the same kind of feeling of muscle pain you get after you've had a really strenuous workout. Like you've strained your muscles.It happens about a few times a month, the other day it was just one of my calf muscles, but today it's BOTH thigh muscles. It's extremely painful. Does anyone know what could cause this?my sleep is all over the place, I did dream a lot last night, if that helps at all??? Thanks!
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fms will cause this..try stretching throughout the say and just before going to bed...be sure to stretch your foot upand be sure you really have fms--most docs just use it as a general label for pain--be your own second opinion--do a lot of research to confirm it---you could have a vitamin deficiency..may potassium (k)

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