Question by  John94 (16)

What could be causing morning foot pain?

Is it arthritis?


Answer by  airman (49)

It might be early signs of arthritis, but the more likely culprit is a condition known as Plantar Fascitis. This is an inflammatory foot condition that causes symptoms that are most noticeable first thing in the morning.


Answer by  Atomicrayon (2504)

Arthritis could be the cause of your morning foot pain, but it's more likely to be caused by minor swelling. Which is why it's only "morning" foot pain and passes as you progress. I know it sounds odd, but you might try stretching your foot muscles before sleep. This could prevent this condition.


Answer by  suzyqr (24)

It could be plantar fascitis if in the arch of the foot. Pain in the large toe can be arthritis and if the foot has a stiff feel in the morning it may also be arthritis.


Answer by  genuis2010 (123)

Arthritis can be a cause of morning foot pain.There could be other reasons such as varicose veins,peripheral vascular disease, or may be gout, or a simple muscular pain.It depends upon symptoms and signs associated with pain.Arthritis pain is usually in joints, along with stiffness of joint.Best advice will be to see your primary care physician.

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