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Ankle and Shin Pain

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In January, I suddenly developed bad pain in my right ankle. I didn't specifically injure it - I just tried to sit cross legged one day and couldn't because it hurt too much to turn my ankle on its side. My GP was useless but a chiropractor said she thought it was a sprain. No bruising, minimal swelling inside the joint (none visible on surface) and I could walk on it, it was just sore. After a couple of months it was starting to feel better, off an on, but it's still sore most of the time. Now the chiro thinks it could be a stress fracture and I'm booked in to see my doctor in a couple of weeks. 

Annoyingly, now my shins are getting in on the action, so that walking at all today has been very painful. I can't bend my toes upwards at all without a fair bit of pain in my shins. My husband said it sounds like shin splints but I don't see how it could be! Anyone come across this sort of thing before? Just wanting to know what I can do to heal up faster! 

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Let us know what your doctor says 1st

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You should go to the doctor first. 

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I'm so cross!! I had a few days where the pain seemed to be significantly better so I cancelled my doctor's appointment. They've been really sore since the day AFTER the appointment. Going to have to many another appointment now and then not cancel it, even if the pain does ease up. I can't believe it. 

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