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You know that I can certainly relate. Definitely give it a chance to heal. Enough to where I limp when I walk. Ugh, I hate these little injuries! Especially with upcoming races. I have one this weekend. At least i hope not. So lets up hope it can be prevented.
It might be close. And if you are already stressed, tired, etc. Oh tina, i feel ya! It will keep your running in good form! I had multiple stress fractures on the top of my foot and I was walking almost normal. I was in a boot and not cleared to run for 6 months.
Get it checked out by a professional…you can do more harm than good by not having it properly diagnosed! Did not know thats how yours was! Good luck with everything…keep us posted!
Remember you have accomplished so much this year running wise, so listen to your body! But either way you are doing the right thing. Limping around the house must not be ignored.
I kept training because it was the end of the season and conference meet and nationals were right around the corner. I took massive amounts of ibuprofen to help the pain. And I mean massive amounts.
After the season I was able to rest and it healed. My most recent foot issue turned out to be nothing more than a need for new shoes — but it took a doctor telling me that after 4 weeks of running in pain avoiding it! It also hurt along the outside edge as well.
I could hardly walk for 3 days! It went away after taking a week or so off of all kinds of exercise. I hope it gets better soon!! Which is SO very impossible! But do your best! Mine was indeed a stress fracture.
Mine happened while I was running, and I went about 2 weeks before getting it checked out. I hope your foot heals quickly! It is so frustrating. I know I have been a rollercoaster of emotions over the injuries.
I think having a solid support system and someone who really gets it is crucial. I feel for you… hopefully it will be something small and just a little rest will fix you up.
Is it exactly on the bone? My chiropractor had me do that when I had that similiar foot pain, it ended up being in between the bones soft tissue.
I had Graston done to break up the scar tissue and it was fine. You are right that an x-ray might not pick up the fracture—I had a pelvic stress fx and it took an MRI to find it.
It turned out that it was an inflamed muscle, triggered by tying my shoes too tight after lacing a timing chip in the shoe for a race a week earlier. It was just a few days of ice, stretching, and self massage before I was all better.The law requires a non-custodial parent to pay a monthly allowance to help a custodial parent with child rearing expenses.
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