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Pain in feet can't walk when first get up from sleeping or sitting?

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Dr. Scott Keith
Podiatry
5 doctors agree

In brief: Plantar fasciitis.

Having pain, especially in the arch and/or heels, after sleeping or sitting is the classic symptom of plantar fasciitis.
The pain may go away totally or only partially as you continue to walk. It is basically an over use problem, without proper foot support. Stretching you legs and feet before you stand may help. Start addressing this problem early, before the condition progresses.

In brief: Plantar fasciitis.

Having pain, especially in the arch and/or heels, after sleeping or sitting is the classic symptom of plantar fasciitis.
The pain may go away totally or only partially as you continue to walk. It is basically an over use problem, without proper foot support. Stretching you legs and feet before you stand may help. Start addressing this problem early, before the condition progresses.
Dr. Scott Keith
Dr. Scott Keith
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1 doctor agrees

In brief: Foot pain

Congrats for recognizing that your feet are not supposed to hurt! there can be many different reasons for foot pain.
From arthritis, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, general foot fatigue, and countless more. Even the time of day the pain comes can help determine why you are having pain. You can ask your pcp for a podiatry referral if the pain continues to worsen.

In brief: Foot pain

Congrats for recognizing that your feet are not supposed to hurt! there can be many different reasons for foot pain.
From arthritis, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, general foot fatigue, and countless more. Even the time of day the pain comes can help determine why you are having pain. You can ask your pcp for a podiatry referral if the pain continues to worsen.
Dr. Ejiro Isiorho
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry

In brief: You would need

To specify where the pain is to get an accurate diagnosis.
I agree withe previous answer already given that arch and heel pain is common for complaints of morning pain and that would be consistent with plantar fascitis.

In brief: You would need

To specify where the pain is to get an accurate diagnosis.
I agree withe previous answer already given that arch and heel pain is common for complaints of morning pain and that would be consistent with plantar fascitis.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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