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748d

So my FM has gotten significantly worse in the past few months. One of my new pain areas is the bottoms of my feet. They’re sore every. Single. Day. I was wondering if anyone knows of a special shoe brand that makes comfortable shoes, because the only shoes I’ve been able to wear are crocs. ( nothing wrong with crocs, but I miss my boots)

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    • Anth

      736d

      Surprisingly, I like the shoes from Clove. They make shoes specifically for nurses- but they are so comfortable, and durable, and they last a long time

    • Anth

      736d

      Surprisingly, I like the shoes from Clove. They make shoes specifically for nurses- but they are so comfortable, and durable, and they last a long time

    • Calibird

      747d

      Sketchers make some really comfortable shoes

    • Azyrel

      748d

      I love my Chacos (but those are still sandals). I know some people who have had luck wearing Merrell hiking shoes. Sometimes my feet like my keds, even though they have zero support.

    • Five_O

      748d

      Hi. The best sneakers are New balance and I wear the orthotics inside. I have severe pain in my feet. I also wear jobst compressions socks

    • JustRachelle

      748d

      I’ve been noticing that lately.. the bottom of my feet aren’t that bad but I’ve definitely noticed a change in how they feel. Especially when I sit down or lay down off my feet…

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