Fibromyalgia and hip flexor pain

It is not uncommon to have hip flexor problems or pain in that area when living with fibromyalgia. The hips, hip flexors and the lower back are correlated with the areas of pain from fibromyalgia due to painful areas around the lower back, much more areas of the trigger point and other conditions that affect the surrounding areas. 
The hip flexor muscles allow your hips to move flexibly. You release these muscles each time you move your legs, and that means that your hips are involved in most of the movements you do throughout the day, on average.

A healthy person does not realize how often they use hip flexors, but anyone living with fibromyalgia who feels pain in the hip flexors will be well aware of this more regularly.

I personally treated pain in the hip flexors and then reinforced these areas further while developing safer fibro exercises after my complete hysterectomy three years ago. Yes I understand. We will see later in the end of this article.

Although there are some known injuries and medical conditions that can cause pain in the hip flexors, it can be difficult to identify a direct cause of this pain in a person with fibromyalgia, except for the many daily activities that I often refer to.

We can consider pain as another symptom of the diagnosed disease or take longer to determine an exact cause of pain. Either way, fibromyalgia and hip flexor pain is usually disabling if not treated effectively and quickly.